John Smirnow and Shayle Kann discussed the implications of Suniva's solar trade dispute at this year's Solar Summit. Smirnow breaks down how Section 201 petitions work and what may happen in this case.


Cory Honeyman of GTM research takes a look at what's going on in the residential solar sector. Growth rate may have slowed, but Honeyman believes the market remains in a good place.


Tesla has released pricing for its solar roof, and the numbers look good. But the actual cost for a given home isn't as simple as the numbers suggest.


At the GTM Solar Summit, Lynn Jurich weighs in about customer acquisition, net metering, rate design, and the state of the solar industry.


Shayle Kann, Head of GTM Research, starts off this year's Solar Summit with a look at the state of the solar industry. He also looks ahead at where the industry may be headed.


The California Solar Index, which tracks new solar permits in major markets, declined 41% in the first quarter of 2017 from the same period in 2016.


Challenges mount in the solar industry, making it look like we’re taking a steep dive in the solar coaster. But these are complex times, and the industry is still maturing and finding its footing.


Roy L Hales of The ECOreport looks at why three Republican senators apply alternate facts to PACE financing. They are trying to pass the Protecting Americans from Credit Exploitation (PACE) Act.


Barry Cinnamon did a helpful interview with Tom Kimbis, Executive Vice President and General Counsel of SEIA, on what SEIA's doing to help regulate the industry.


Sunvago found that solar homes carried a $37,250 premium to non-solar homes or 6.7% of the the home value. This gives us confidence that the market is valuing solar systems at or above their net cost.