Posted By: Sven Lindstrom - CEO, Midsummer
On: October 1, 2015
In an earlier article, Midsummer’s CEO Sven Lindström outlined some of the most common myths about solar power. Here are five more of the most common solar energy myths – coupled with the real facts: Myth 1: Cheap coal and the current energy mix (often dirty fossil fuel or nuclear)  more...
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Posted By: Kimberly Klemm
On: September 11, 2015
Currently there is a lot of interest in exploring the possibilities created in solar energy hybrid systems.  Interest is more common in solar energy hybrid systems that rely on battery-induced operations.  Hybrid solar energy systems exist in solar/thermal, solar/natural gas, and solar/steam combinations. There are several components to any energy  more...
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Posted By: Sven Lindstrom - CEO, Midsummer
On: September 8, 2015
Solar energy and the solar industry has exploded in the last decade, and is today an established and competitive renewable energy source. Despite this (or maybe because of this), solar energy has been surrounded by myths, rumours and false facts that has dimmed the sunny (!) picture. Here are the  more...
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Posted By: David Wright - President, Wright Directions, LLC
On: August 13, 2015
Here in the United States, we're lucky to have a diverse supply of energy sources producing electricity for our homes and businesses. This diversity helps keep costs low and ensures a steady, reliable supply of electricity. As a former public utility commissioner charged with ensuring utility services are provided at  more...
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Posted By: Sheri Givens - President, Givens Consulting LLC
On: July 27, 2015
In well-established industries, consumers can count on third-party organizations for the information they need about the true customer experience when it comes to a certain product or service.  For example, each year, Americans who are in the market for a new car can rely on JD Power’s recently released Vehicle  more...
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Posted By: Keith Mitchell
On: June 29, 2015
Each month my wife and I have to pay the electric bill for our home. I was wondering why haven’t the residential building companies that build houses, apartments, townhouses, and condos all come to a general consensus, and decide to make all everything that they build solar powered?  I don’t  more...
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Posted By: Jesse Grossman
On: June 3, 2015
Solar energy is an economic boom for North Carolina. Only California installed more solar in 2014, pushing the Tar Heel State to fourth overall in America with 953 megawatts installed capacity – roughly the electricity demand of 90,500 homes.  Jobs and investment have followed. Duke University reports 450 solar companies  more...
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Posted By: Sven Lindstrom - CEO, Midsummer
On: May 21, 2015
Prices of solar cells and solar panels have fallen dramatically over the last few years. This (and state subsidies) has been good for the advancement of this amazing renewable energy source, and solar energy can today be seen as an established energy source, reliable and well distributed, cost competitive with  more...
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Posted By: Jesse Grossman
On: May 7, 2015
Solar energy is a booming business across North America. Installations grew 30 percent across the United States in 2014 for the industry’s biggest year yet, but industry expansion also brings consolidation – Ernst & Young reports industry deal values hit a four-year high of $177.1 billion in 2014, with investment  more...
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Posted By: Jesse Grossman
On: March 31, 2015
Massachusetts' Solar Renewable Energy Credits (SREC) are an unquestioned success, creating green jobs and clean energy while protecting taxpayers. As the program enters its second phase, it's time for Governor Baker to reaffirm the state's commitment to a sustainable economic future. Governor Patrick established the SREC program in 2008 to  more...
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