GTM Research Note - Connecticut’s Commercial Pipeline Is Huge, But Will It Get Built?

by Austin Perea

Solar is becoming increasingly competitive in Connecticut’s large-scale DG incentive program – but is this a function of true cost decline, or simply the result of a competitive RFP process that is forcing bids to unrealistic levels? This research note explores the question in more detail.


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Austin Perea Analyst, Solar

Austin is an analyst for GTM Research covering downstream demand for the U.S. solar market. Prior to joining GTM Research, Austin worked at The Boston Consulting Group, where he supported the energy practice as a research associate. During his undergraduate tenure at the University of New Hampshire, he spent time in Egypt and Jordan researching the potential for Islamic microfinance in poverty alleviation and established the first sustainable investment sector in the University's student-run investment group. He graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Economics and Political Science and a minor in Middle Eastern Studies.

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