Renewable Energy Policy

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Scott Sklar’s New and Improved “Solar Power 101” Course

Amory Lovins, Co-Founder of the Rocky Mountain Institute, says “Scott Sklar is a walking encyclopedia of American renewable energy.” He’s not kidding. 2,500 solar professionals have taken Scott’s “Solar Power 101” course, which was created in 2014.

The material held up remarkably well because Scott is such an incredible researcher and presenter. But recently Scott went […]

What’s happening with solar in CA and why it matters everywhere? An interview with the California Solar + Storage Association

HeatSpring sat down with Carter Lavin, Director of Membership at the California Solar and Storage Association, to discuss the proposed changes to net metering policy in the California and what that means for states across the country.

Brit: Thanks for joining us, Carter! Can you tell us a bit about yourself and where you work?

Carter: Sure, […]

Clean Energy Leadership Institute is Accepting Fellowship Applications

Looking for an opportunity to grow your clean energy network while gaining technical knowledge and leadership development? Check out the Clean Energy Leadership Institute’s Fellowship program!

The Clean Energy Leadership Institute (CELI) mission is to create a multiracial, diverse, and inclusive organization of change-makers working across sectors and disciplines to drive an equitable, decarbonized, and resilient […]

December 21st, 2021|Categories: Clean Energy Policy, Green Building, Renewable Energy Policy, Solar, Solar Finance||

Solar PV & Climate Action Planning in Canada’s Eastern-Most Province

This is a story about rural communities finding creative climate solutions. Watch this video and read below to hear how three solar pv projects came together and how they are part of a broader and more ambitious plan.

Fundamental Inc. and the Transition 2050 Project

Fundamental Inc. is proud to have been a part of the […]

How Do We Get From 4% to 45%?

Today the Biden administration released a plan to increase the amount of solar energy produced from 4% of total generation (where it is today) to 45% by 2050. That represents a lot of growth for the solar industry.

What will that growth look like? Who are the key players needed to unlock that growth? What firms […]