Solar Power in the US
The challenges and opportunities of building out the domestic PV supply chain in light of the Inflation Reduction.
The End of Mass Grading For Solar Projects
Yezin Taha, Founder and CEO of Nevados Engineering, on how solar tracking technology can help eradicate the still common practice of levelling sites prior to installing solar panels – and thus avoid the problems, environmental impact and cost associated with site grading.
New Suppliers, New Opportunities, and New Risk: the IRA’s Implications For PV Module Reliability
Tristan Erion-Lorico, VP of Sales and Marketing at PV Evolution Labs (PVEL), on the Inflation Reduction Act in the US and its implications for the selection of materials going into producing solar modules.
Tackling the Solar Skills Shortage: Experts From the US, Europe and the UK on Best Hiring and Training Practices
JP Casey, John Lubbock and George Heynes caught up with several experts to talk about the skills shortage in the solar industry in the UK and abroad and how this growing industry is approaching the issue.
What You Need to Know About the IRA and Tax Equity
The Inflation Reduction Act brought a sense of confidence and certainty to the business of clean energy. Lawyers Adam Schurle and Morten Lund at Foley Lardner take a closer look at what that means for tax equity financing of energy storage, while exploring some of the questions still to be answered.