With such a long list of benefits, you’d think solar panels would sell themselves. But many potential customers still need convincing before they can make the jump to green living. As beneficial as solar panels are for reducing a household’s carbon footprint and increasing its energy efficiency, the cold, hard facts about the benefits of […]
This article was written by Wendy Rowland who recently completed a SMOC, MassCEC, and a HeatSpring solar course that provides skill-based training for professionals seeking to enter the renewable energy industry.
One important aspect of formulating a business strategy is the study and analysis of trends. One such trend is the increase of solar loans in […]
Happening on the Solar Executive MBA Discussion Board…
Construction Debt/Loans, SRECs & Purchasing vs. Leasing a Site
1. What is the difference between project debt and the construction loan?
2. What is SREC and Single SREC?
3. If the site is purchased and not leased, would one discount the purchase price with the same hurdle rate as the Customer NPV […]
We’re wrapping up the Solar Women Summer Series, and Audrey Desiderato, the Co-Founder/ COO of SunFunder, is helping us end things on a sunny note!
SunFunder finances solar projects “beyond the grid” and offers investors opportunities to help fund offgrid solar projects, as well as providing companies in emerging markets with access to capitol.
Tell us your story… how did […]
(Used with permission. Source: http://cinnamonsolar.com/about-us/lease-borrow-or-buy/)
The graph above is one of my favorites about the residential solar industry. It explains exactly why residential solar leasing is dying.
It was created by Barry Cinnamon from Cinnamon Solar as a sales tool for his residential solar business in California. In the interview below, I chatted with Barry about why […]