From the home solar market domination of SolarCity & Vivint Solar to the success of solar schools in the UK to an interview with the CEO of Vivint Solar, check out the fun and interesting solar power stories below.
Our own Jake Richardson interviews Vivint Solar CEO Greg Butterfield regarding Vivint Solar’s IPO and other matters. (Solar Love)
Vote Solar has released a tip sheet with “6 principles for distributed solar power.” (Solar Love)
Hawaii Electric Light Company (HELCO) has submitted a plan aiming for 92% renewable energy by 2030. (Solar Love)
Vivint Solar & SolarCity together accounted for over 50% of the US home solar market in the second quarter of 2014. (Planetsave)
Why oil companies have gotten out of the renewable energy business. (E&E Publishing)
In the UK, a very successful Solar School initiative is inspire people to think more positively about solar energy and invest in more solar projects. (Sustainnovate)
Karl-Friedrich Lenz discusses the (absurd) idea that Germans have paid excessive costs to reach 25% renewable electricity. (Lenz Blog)
Germany’s solar PV market continues to shrink. (Renewables International)
The hottest renewable energy market in the world may surprise you. (Sustainnovate)
This is why solar power is taking off at airports across the United States. (Think Progress)
Which electricity-generation technologies use the least water? I think you can guess. (Sustainnovate)
US installed solar power costs continue to fall at a steady rate, but they are still much more expensive than Germany or even UK costs. + other fun stats and charts. (Sustainnovate)
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