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25Jun, 2015

Solar Women Summer Series: Sara Rafalson, Senior Associate at Sol Systems & President at WISE

Our fifth Solar Women Summer Series interview (powered by features Sara Rafalson, Senior Associate at Sol Systems, a solar energy finance and investment firm with offices in D.C., San Francisco, and Philadelphia. Ms. Rafalson is also the President of Women in Solar Energy (WISE), […]

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24Jun, 2015

Cool Infographic: Solar Power Taking the World By Storm

Solar power energy is growing from a grassroots effort into a mainstream source of energy. What is causing this shift? The answer is almost everything. Here are a few key factors that are driving solar energy.

Government: Globally, governments are supporting solar energy; jobs in this […]

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23Jun, 2015

Free Lecture: Award-Winning Green Roof and Wall Projects: Design and Implementation

In this free lecture, Stephen Peck, Founder & President of Green Roofs for Healthy Cities, showcases and profiles Green Roof and Wall Awards of Excellence winners from the fall 2014 CitiesAlive conference, including inspiring, high-profile work that pushes the envelope with respect to rooftop farming, […]

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23Jun, 2015

Why the World Needs LEED v4 Project Managers

“LEED v4 Project Management” is our first LEED course ever. We sat out the first wave of LEED education because there were a lot of great courses out there already. So why get into LEED now?
A: Because LEED v4 project management tools can drive down the […]

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22Jun, 2015

Solar Women Summer Series: Kristen Nicole, Founder & Executive Director at WISE

This week’s Solar Women Summer Series interview (powered by features Kristen Nicole, Founder and Executive Director at Women in Solar Energy (WISE).

Kristen Nicole is a solar industry and power systems professional. Her research focus has been on strategies to address the power systems integration and […]

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19Jun, 2015

How LinkedIn Transformed HeatSpring Emails

Here’s an email I got from LinkedIn today:

Contrast that with a HeatSpring newsletter from a few weeks ago:

For eight years I was proud of our email newsletter. We put a lot of hard work into making it relevant and worth opening for our readers. That […]

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17Jun, 2015

Why the Sustainable Building Advisor (SBA) Program?

Becoming a Sustainable Building Advisor (SBA) requires commitment and hard work. Here’s why it’s worth it:

It’s the best national program. By curating the freshest and best content in the world, the SBA Program offers a consistently excellent foundational education for sustainability professionals. We’re continually ditching […]

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16Jun, 2015

Moisture Matters in Mastering Building Science

The following is a conversation between 4 students and Allison A. Bailes III, Ph.D. from our Mastering Building Science course. Dr. Bailes is the founder and owner of Energy Vanguard in Decatur, Georgia. His academic credentials in physics (BS, MS, MST, and Ph.D. all in […]

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15Jun, 2015

Solar Women Summer Series: Pamela Cargill, Principal at Chaolysti

Our third Solar Women Summer Series interview (powered by features Pamela Cargill, Principal at Chaolysti, a strategic consulting firm that helps residential solar installers operate more effectively. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Chaolysti aims to massively scale the deployment of residential solar by deploying programs […]

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12Jun, 2015

3 Tax and ITC Considerations for Your Solar Project

In the article below, Chris Lord discusses three important solar tax and solar investment tax credit (ITC) considerations with students in our Solar Executive MBA Training. Chris Lord teaches Solar Executive MBA Training with Keith Cronin.

Both Chris Lord and Keith Cronin have deep expertise at the highest […]

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