Solar Women Summer Series: Social Meets Solar

Today’s Solar Women Summer Series piece features Jane Pulaski, Interstate Renewable Energy Council’s (IREC) Web and Social Communications guru. In 2010, HeatSpring Magazine featured one of Jane’s pieces about IREC’s 2010 State by State Solar Licensing Database. Today, Jane joins us to discuss her experience in the industry, ways for women to get involved with IREC, her utilization of social […]

Solar Women Summer Series: Resources for the Solar Startup

This week’s Solar Women Summer Series interview features Emily Kirsch, CEO and Co-Founder of SfunCube, the world’s only incubator and accelerator dedicated to solar. SfunCube is an epicenter of solar innovation that houses and provides resources for entrepreneurs working to spread solar with smart software, finance, and analytic solutions.


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Solar Women Summer Series: Finding Funding in Solar

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), the solar industry’s only national non-profit membership association dedicated to […]

Solar Women Summer Series: The #1 Networking Organization for Women in Solar

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 variability challenges associated with solar energy and other renewable technologies. […]

Solar Women Summer Series: The Solar Business Skillset

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 and strategies that aggressively lower “soft costs”—the non-hardware costs of […]