Understanding Active and Passive Income Offset While Investing in Solar Projects

When investing in solar projects, one of the biggest concepts to understand is whether you are looking to offset passive or active income. Join Chris Lord, HeatSpring instructor and Managing Director at CapIron, Inc., and Nick Giannotti, Managing Member at Redball Ventures, as they discuss the concept in How to Invest in a Solar Project: […]

January 23rd, 2023|Categories: Free Courses, Q+A, Solar, Solar Business Growth, Solar Finance, Solar miscellaneous||

Tax Benefits and Investing in Solar Projects

With so many commercial and industrial solar projects slated to come online in the next ten years, investing in solar projects is becoming a more popular and lucrative business venture. In this blog post, we are joined by Nick Giannotti, Managing Member at Redball Ventures. Nick was a panelist for HeatSpring’s webinar How to Invest […]

New Course Announcement: The Hydrogen Economy

If you see yourself as a solar person like me, you’ve likely heard about hydrogen being a key to unlocking a decarbonized future, but you may not know too much about the technology or how many opportunities for partnership lie ahead between renewable energy and hydrogen companies. 

Hydrogen is still considered nascent within mainstream commercial decarbonization […]

December 21st, 2022|Categories: Clean Energy Policy, Hydrogen, Renewable Energy Policy, Solar, Solar Business Growth, Solar miscellaneous||

New Course: Understanding IEEE 1547-2018 – The Interconnection Standard for DER on Distribution

HeatSpring is pleased to announce a new course focusing on IEEE 1547-2018, the interconnection standard for Distributed Energy Resources (DER) on utility distribution systems.  Understanding IEEE 1547-2018 – The Interconnection Standard for DER on Distribution, will launch in February 2023, and you can now sign up, in advance, for the course on HeatSpring.  

IEEE 1547-2018, IEEE […]

Project Managers & Interconnection Specialists Needed to Build 437GW of New Utility-Scale Solar

Wood Mackenzie projects the U.S. utility-scale PV market will add 437 GW between 2022 and 2032. That’s 43,700 MW every year for ten years. It’s a staggering number and no solar company has the people they need to deliver at that scale.

I’m no genius, but I feel confident predicting that utility-scale solar project & […]