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Greentech Media’s 2011 Solar Summit | March 14 – 15, 2011 | Palm Springs, California

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  • Greentech Media — “Solar Fight Club Round 2: Rooftop vs. Ground Mount”
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    Palm Springs, Calif. --- After a bruising battle over feed-in tariffs, our second fight of the day, in the smoke-filled Solar Summit arena, was between Danny Kennedy of Sungevity and Tim...

  • Greentech Media — “How to Drop Solar to $1 a Watt? Try Diamond Saws, Says Dick Swanson”
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    Indian Wells, Calif. --- Under its recently unveiled SunShot program, the Department of Energy wants to lower the cost of solar energy to $1 a watt by 2017 and to 73 cents by 2030. Those...

  • Greentech Media — “Solar Fight Club: Round One—Feed-In Tariffs”
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    Palm Springs, California -- The normally civil and polite proceedings at Greentech Media's premier solar event turned testy today in a series of debates on some contentious solar policy...

  • Greentech Media — “Solar Summit 2011: The Inverter War”
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    Indian Wells, Calif.---In most businesses, competitors tend to soften their comments about one another.

    That’s the not the case in inverters and solar electronics.

    “I don’t get it,”...

  • Greentech Media — “Excited State: Will Solar Go Vertical or Horizontal?”
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    Indian Wells, Calif.--Should solar companies vertically integrate operations, combining everything from wafer manufacturing to power plant development under one roof, or should they try to...

  • Greentech Media — “Solar Summit: The Challenge of Gigawatt-Scale PV”
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    Palm Springs, California: Reporting from the Greentech Media Solar Summit

    Ten years ago, the entire global solar PV industry was in the 175-megawatt range. Nowadays, 175 megawatts is the...

  • Greentech Media — “Solar Summit 2011: The U.S. Solar Market in 2015”
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    Palm Springs, California -- Reporting from Greentech Media's Solar Summit. The U.S. solar market doubled from 2009 to 2010 and looks like it will double again to reach close to two...

  • Coachella Valley Green — “Greentech Solar Summit Predicts Lower Costs for Solar in 2011”
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  • The Desert Sun — “PG&E vice president keynotes solar summit”
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  • The Desert Sun — “Reliance on solar energy, fossil fuels may climb”
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  • The San Francisco Examiner — “There is bright future for solar now, with the sun shining dollars.”
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  • PV-Tech.org, Chip Shots Blog — “Industry buffet, Part I: Greentech summit offers nutritious sampling of solar sector”
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  • Chaolysti for The Green Light Distritk — “Themes from the Greentech Media Solar Summit: LCOE, Reliability, Scalability, and Utility Interoperability”
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