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A Solar Market Niche You May Have Overlooked: Low- and Moderate-Income (LMI)

There’s a growing trend in the solar market that some may have overlooked: moderate- and low-income households as solar customers. As the cost of solar has gone down and financing options have expanded, these communities are becoming a more and more viable niche for solar contractors.

Sara CarboneSara Carbone

Expert Q&A: Why Solar Panel Recycling Matters–and How It Can Benefit the Industry

Solar panel waste could become a major environmental challenge, but proactively implementing solar panel recycling can offer business benefits as well as sustainability. Experts from Columbia University's Center for Life Cycle Analysis discuss opportunities and challenges for the solar industry.

Gwen BrownGwen Brown

Instructive Insights from Intersolar 2018

While there were tons of great new solar products on display, we especially loved the opportunities to learn at Intersolar North America 2018. Here are a few educational highlights we found interesting.

Gwen BrownGwen Brown

Three Solar Industry Contests Driving Innovation

Innovation has been a cornerstone of the solar industry’s successes to date, and something we're passionate about at Aurora Solar. That's why we're excited to highlight these three contests encouraging the development and implementation of new clean energy ideas.

Gwen BrownGwen Brown

How Are Solar Job Markets Performing Around the U.S.?

In 2017, the number of solar jobs declined for the first time since this data has been tracked. However, it wasn't all bad news; more than half of U.S. states saw solar job growth. Drawing from the 2017 Solar Census, we explore the state of the solar job market around the U.S.

Gwen BrownGwen Brown

Why Diversity Matters for Your Solar Company—and How You Can Advance It

The 2017 U.S. Solar Industry Diversity Study is the first analysis of its kind, offering insight into how companies can support diversity in their teams.

Gwen BrownGwen Brown