Solar power has come of age.
Solar energy is hardly a new concept, even from a modern-day perspective, but it has often been relegated to niche applications, thought to be economically unfeasible, or just treated as some form of New Age pie in the sky. That isn’t the case today, according to Clark Wiedetz, chief sales officer with GreenStruxure, a provider of “energy as a service.” He explains why the economics of solar have shifted, to the point where it’s being embraced by corporate America. Solar today is a crucial part of many companies’ energy-sourcing strategies, and not just because it’s good for the environment. Wiedetz describes the current state and future prospects of solar, while addressing the impact of tariffs on imports of solar panels, and correcting some misconceptions surrounding the notion of “solar-only.” Hosted by Bob Bowman, Editor-in-Chief of SupplyChainBrain.
Research data from the Solar Energy Industries Association.
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