Congrats, Pocomoke City, On Becoming Even Friendlier

There is nothing quite like a ribbon-cutting to make the heart sing. When it’s located in the city dubbed “The Friendliest Town On The Eastern Shore”—and you’ve participated in making it even more (environmentally) friendly, there’s just no feeling quite like it. This week, we had the honor and privilege of celebrating the official opening […]

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Can We Just Allow Florida To Be The Sunshine State?

We attended Solar Power Southeast, a regional solar show put on by the Solar Energy Industry Association, two weeks ago in Atlanta. As we’ve written about before, the Southeast is on the cusp of a solar boom, and we attended the show to learn more about the hottest markets are and how business opportunities are […]

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The Outlook for Midwest Solar

Our whirlwind solar conference tour continues! Yesterday we touched down in Minneapolis for the Midwest Solar Expo. We’re especially excited about this conference, because our very own Tony Clifford, CEO, delivered the keynote address last night. He was asked to talk about the Midwest solar market from an outsider’s point of view. At Standard Solar, […]

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Well, Hello There Southeast — We Are Excited To Be Here

We’ve traveled 651 miles into the heart of the Deep South to attend the Solar Energy Industries’ Association (SEIA) Solar Power Southeast Conference. As Standard Solar continues our expansion into this region, we look forward to working with the other players and discovering more exciting things going on in the region. What we do know […]

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3 Trends We’re Watching After The First Quarter Of 2015

(NOTE: This article was also published in Renewable Energy World on 4/27.)   The U.S. solar industry closed its first quarter on March 31. So where does the U.S. industry stand at the quarter pole of 2015? Here are three trends we’re watching:   1) The pending expiration of the investment tax credit (ITC) in 2016 […]

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