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Pricing Your Renewable Energy Jobs

Striking out on your own to start your own renewable energy (RE) installation and service company can be daunting primarily because of two unknowns: who will hire you and when. More difficult still is the discipline that it takes to keep track of bills...

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Solar Wars

This is the final of a three-part series where I discuss the current and upcoming battles of the “solar wars.” The three battles are net metering, tariff reform, and grid defection. This is the grid defection discussion. The solar wars have two main combatants...

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Tracking the Sun

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory recently announced the 10th annual edition of their Tracking the Sun report. This year’s report summarizes installed price trends for residential and non-residential photovoltaic (PV) systems installed in the United States through year-end 2016, with additional data for the first...

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Outlining the Renewable Energy Grid of the Future

Anderson Optimization, in partnership with ASES, is kicking off a series of articles in which we will examine the implications of an electricity grid based predominantly on renewable energy. A renewable grid presents widespread benefits to both consumers and utilities. However, fundamentally redesigning electricity...

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