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P is for Passion (part 2): To achieve solar business success, start with ‘why’

By | August 15th, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

Continuing this series of blogs excerpting my recently published book, Building a Brilliant Tomorrow, my last post focused on the first of Inovateus’ five PEACE core values: passion. In this post, I continue the discussion around passion [...]

Illinois, Minnesota play key roles in accelerating Midwestern solar and renewables transition

By | August 10th, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

For those who follow solar news in the United States, it’s understandable if the activity near the West and East coasts often draws the most attention. For example, during a dinner I had with [...]

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P is for Passion: Without passion for solar, we’d be just another company trying to make money

By | August 8th, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

In the first of this series of blog posts excerpting my recently published book, Building a Brilliant Tomorrow: The Transformation of Inovateus Solar and the Energy Revolution, we introduced Inovateus’ core value acronym “PEACE,” which [...]

How many square miles of solar panels would it take to power the U.S.? It’s smaller than you think

By | August 3rd, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

Have you ever wondered how many square miles of solar installations it would take to power the entire United States? The answer may be smaller than you think. An intriguing video by Solar City [...]

A brief introduction to how we can build a brilliant tomorrow together

By | August 1st, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

If someone told you that, “Together, we can build a brilliant tomorrow,” you might think that sounds poetic and perhaps optimistic—but not practical. However, I’d like to suggest that it’s not only a realistic [...]

Inovateus steers ‘largest U.S. solar carport’ project under construction at Michigan State University

By | July 27th, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

It’s no secret that the Inovateus team loves to develop, build and supply solar projects throughout different regions of the U.S. and the world, and we are especially excited when we have a chance [...]

What does it take to replace a Midwest coal power plant with utility-scale solar-plus-storage?

By | July 25th, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

One of the biggest trends in the U.S. utility sector is the accelerating rampdown and closure of coal-fired power generation plants. Forty-six coal-fired generating units at 25 electricity plants across 16 states will be [...]

Intersolar North America 2017: Module supply tightens, storage takes off, and the solar boom continues

By | July 18th, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

As the Section 201 trade case cast an ominous shadow over the U.S. solar industry, I went into Intersolar North America with my ears open and my notepad ready. I was determined to soak [...]

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Inovateus gets ready for Intersolar North America tradeshow

By | July 6th, 2017|Blog, Inovateus Insights|

Twice a year, the U.S. solar community gets together en masse at the largest tradeshows on the conference calendar: Intersolar North America’s July run in San Francisco, followed by Solar Power International’s mid-September shebang [...]

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