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EcoMark Solar Advocate Position
Post Date: July 27, 2017 Job Title: Solar Advocate Location:  Denver Metro, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins To Apply: Please Complete This Online Application This is a DOOR-TO-DOOR SALES AND MARKETING POSITION As a Solar Advocate, you will explain the benefits of solar to homeowners. Your goal is to sign up homeowners for a free in-home solar consultation. No experience necessary. Paid training for ALL qualified candidates. Passion for renewable energy and a positive attitude is required! Rap [...]
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EcoMark Solar Junior Installer Position
Post Date: July 27, 2017 Job Title: Junior Installer Location:  Denver Metro To Apply: Please Complete This Online Application  Overview: The Junior Installer is an entry level position that reports to the Crew Lead. Some construction experience is preferred. Responsibilities The Junior Installer is an entry level position that reports to the Crew Lead. Some construction experience is preferred. Assists with the installation of residential rooftop PV solar systems, which includes: Workin [...]
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Imposing Solar Tariffs May Cost US Taxpayers $1.23 Billion
Imposing tariffs on solar components imported into the U.S. will drive up prices for solar developers. It could also cost U.S. taxpayers as much as $1.23 billion.   [...]
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EcoMark Solar Experienced Solar Installer
Post Date: July 27, 2017 Job Title: Experienced Solar Installer Location:  Denver Metro To Apply: Please Complete This Online Application  Overview: The Senior Installer is a member of an installation crew that reports to the Crew Lead. Previous solar installation experience is required. Responsibilities Includes all responsibilities of the Junior Installer. Installation of residential rooftop and ground mounted PV solar systems, which includes: Working at heights of 20 feet off the gr [...]
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EcoMark Solar LICENSED ELECTRICIAN-RESIDENTIAL WIREMAN (RW)
Post Date: July 27, 2017 Job Title: LICENSED ELECTRICIAN-RESIDENTIAL WIREMAN (RW) Location:  Denver Metro To Apply: To apply, please send your resume to *protected email* Overview: EcoMark Solar is proud to accelerate the adoption of clean, domestic solar energy and we are looking for talented, licensed Residential Wiremen to support our team. Job Duties You will be working with a solar installation crew to install residential solar panel systems. Start your career in a booming industry toda [...]
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EcoMark Solar Outside Solar Sales Consultant
Post Date: July 27, 2017 Job Title: Outside Solar Sales Consultant Location:  Denver Metro, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins To Apply: To apply, please send your resume to *protected email* Overview: We are seeking sales professionals who are looking for an opportunity to make a great income by selling a great product. If you are passionate about the environment and improving your quality of life while working at a company that gives you an exceptional earning potential, we are looking for you [...]
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Former US Defense Energy Professionals Urge ITC to Consider Energy Security in Solar Trade Case
In a letter today to U.S. International Trade Commission Chairman Rhonda Schmidtlein, a group of veterans and former defense energy professionals urged the ITC to consider carefully U.S. Department of Defense energy security and resiliency efforts before making a decision this week in the Suniva/SolarWorld trade case. [...]
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International Trade Commission Rules on the Section 201 Solar Trade Case
On September 22, 2017, the International Trade Commission is set to make a decision on an important case for the solar industry. I talked with Bracewell Policy Resolution Group Energy Expert, Frank Maisano who is also a spokesperson for the Energy Trade Action Coalition about the possible outcomes of the case.  [...]
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Notes from the Solar Underground: From Idea through to the End, the Lifecycle of a Trend
There are few original ideas for new technologies, products and/or services. Most of what is termed new is a mutation of an idea, which itself is a mutation of an idea all the way back to the original discovery or light bulb moment. Basically, there is not much that is new, or, put another way, that deserves to be called new.  [...]
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Meet the Smart Digital Energy Solution That Could Blow Up Solar Coins
The winning team of the Smart Energy Hackathon in Bangkok last week developed a new smart digital energy solution for claiming solar coins. [...]
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UK Electricity Markets Regulator Takes Big Step in Recognizing Value of Energy Storage
U.K. renewable energy company Anesco this week said that its solar+storage projects are the first sites in the U.K. to qualify for support paid to accredited renewable energy generators for electricity generation supplied to batteries. [...]
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How to Drive Down Solar Prices in Today’s Market
With soft costs making up the highest percentage of solar costs, how can the market affect the soft cost segment? [...]
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Why Solar SCADA is Taking Center Stage in Grid Modernization
While solar monitoring is not new, solar supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), with the emphasis on the "supervisory control" function is much less common today. [...]
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Why Cities of the Global South Need Solar
In a report released yesterday, the World Resources Institute recommended solutions that urban centers of the global south can focus on to improve energy access for under-served residents. [...]
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JinkoSolar Incentivizes Customers Using Commercial PACE Financing
At Solar Power International in Las Vegas today, JinkoSolar said it will incentivize its customers who use commercial PACE financing — a program that is growing in popularity in the U.S. [...]
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How India Can Export Sunshine Around the World
Solar energy is a free source of non-polluting renewable energy that is sustainable and totally inexhaustible. Most people are aware of photovoltaics (PV), and that solar panels can be used to generate electricity and produce hot water. Now experts have developed techniques to convert sunlight into “solar fuels.”  [...]
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Editor's Letter: If We Could Talk to the Batteries…
One year ago, at Solar Power International 2016, I helped Julia Hamm, CEO of the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) with a keynote "skit" in which I was a reporter interviewing a homeowner about her awareness of her energy use. The year was supposed to be 2026. [...]
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This Is ‘Game Changing’ for Behind-the-Meter Energy Storage
Renewable Energy World recently reported on a potential solar software update that was called “game changing” for energy storage. Now that update is here. [...]
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Listen Up: Energy Storage is the Home Appliance of the Future
Twenty years ago, the problem with rooftop solar was that customers needed a large collection of lead acid batteries to store their daytime energy and use this energy at night. But simple net metering rules made it possible for the electric grid to function as a 100 percent efficient storage device.  [...]
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A Ribbon Cutting and a Sneak Peek — The Latest from Solar Decathlon 2017 Teams
Here are a couple of updates on teams competing in this year's Solar Decathlon in Denver in October. [...]
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NREL, Swiss Scientists Power Past Solar Efficiency Records
Collaboration between researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM), and the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) shows the high potential of silicon-based multijunction solar cells. [...]
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Standoff Over Rates for Utah Solar Customers Reaches Settlement; Concessions Were ‘Painful’
According to Utah Clean Energy, a settlement agreement with Rocky Mountain Power in its rate case avoids a requested $15 fixed monthly charge, a $9.02 per-kW peak demand charge and a reduced energy rate for solar customers.  [...]
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What Does the Future of Residential Solar Look Like?  — The Motley Fool
The industry will take a path similar to home construction or roofing today, with local contractors doing most of the work to install solar modules. The role of the large solar company will be to provide solutions and sales leads. And in that sense it's less clear who will take market share and create value for investors. [...]
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Hybrid Office Building Cuts Cord to Electricity Grid
A four-story office building powered by a combination of thermal and PV solar and wind energy in South Australia has cut its connection to the electricity grid in what its owners claim to be a world first. [...]
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