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7 September

Solar Power International 2015

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Just a quick reminder for you all, Solar Enthusiasts, that Solar Power International 2015 will be held on September 14-17, 2015 at Anaheim, CA, at Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA, at 800 W Katella Ave., Anaheim, CA 92802, (714) 765-8950. This is an exciting time for solar industry in USA: 8 gigawatts of solar PV will be installed this year (2015), with California being in the forefront, having more installations than Australia, India, and Canada combined.

The above is the video of Rhone Resch, President & CEO of SEIA, inviting you all to attend the Solar Power International 2015. There will be more than 600 exhibitors from around the globe, 24 hours of networking, 100+ educational opportunities, hands on training labs, and solar strategy sessions for businesses. There will also be the Startup Alley at SPI2015. An example of a business/company in Startup Alley at Solar Power International 2015, below:

 


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31 December

Time To Let It Shine!

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Let It Shine:The 6,000-Year Story of Solar Energy by John Perlin (posted here with permission from John Perlin)

For the last post of 2013, I’ve reserved sharing the most special chance meeting of the year with you all.  It is either an event of kismet or a reflection of the fact that Solar Energy Age has truly arrived in mainstream! So much so that every corner one (at least is in the case for yours truly) turns toward, one would run into some one who is connected to the solar industry. Or perhaps I have simply become a magnet attracting all kinds of solar enthusiasts…take your pick.

It happened on the last day of the conference of SPI2013 (Solar Power International 2013) in Chicago. We (hubby Mike-my camera man and tech support, and I) stayed at the Palmer House (mind you, this is not the hotel where the conference was being held). We simply have a soft spot for those nostalgic hallway photos of stars from yesteryears and the beautiful architectural details  rarely found in most other hotels. As we were getting ready to leave the hotel to catch our flight back to Florida,  some one entered our elevator with a beaming smile on his face.   Interestingly enough, this person, Thomas Barr, from Jacksonville, FL,

Thomas Barr, General Manager of Oncology Matrics, a part of Altos Solutions, who also worked for solar back in the 70's

turned out to be in Chicago for a different conference,  actually worked in solar business back in the 70’s-80’s and now is working as a General manager in Oncology Metrics (a division of Altos Solutions, Inc.), providing information products and services for the oncology community to promote and measure quantitative improvement in clinical and business processes at the provider, practice and enterprise level.

In the few minutes of this chance meeting in the elevator, Mr. Barr highly recommended a wonderful book, A Golden Thread: 2500 Years of Solar Architecture and Technology by Ken Butti and John Perlin. I found out later that:

A Golden Thread by Ken Butti and John Perlin

Its author John Perlin

John Perlin, sole author of Let It Shine , co-author of A Golden Thread, now at University of CA-Santa Barbara, Physics Dept.

has also authored Let It Shine: The 6000-Year Story of Solar Energy (cover above) and From Space to Earth: The Story of Solar Electricity. As a matter of fact, I just purchased Let It Shine’s kindle version  right before starting the trip to Chicago for SPI2013.  So, what do you think: are these chains of coincidences… or am I simply a magnet for all things and people that are solar…or perhaps we have simply arrived at a time in human history when solar has finally become sufficiently mainstream…as now that America has more solar or wind-power jobs than it has coal or steel jobs. As investments are shifting dramatically from coal and nuclear to wind and solar, will renewables finally have sufficient political clout to fend off increasingly desperate attacks by its endangering rivals? Time will tell….

Until the fickle finger of fate and time will unfold their mysteries, I will continue relishing each and every one of these events presented along my journey of advocacy for solar energy.

Finally, I implore all of you solar enthusiasts out there to take a look at these two books.  I love how Amory B Lovins, cofounder and chief scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute of Old Snowmass, CO, puts it:

Switching at last to renewables will be one of the greatest transitions in the history of our species: inventing a new fire that finally makes us safe, secure, healthy, and durable.  Even if we need never again reinvent this renewable-energy wheel, we must understand where it came from. Let It Shine shows how today’s renewable revolution builds on the tenacious efforts of countless generations of innovators whose vision we may finally be privileged enough to bring to full flower.

Yes, this has definitely been a cumulative effort for many generations. If I or any of us has been able to make a dent in pushing the slope at the inflection point, it would have been a great privilege.  And let us hope that the Renewable/Solar Energy Age is finally ready to blossom, for the sake of all human kind.

~have a bright and sunny day~

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Below are web links to “Let It Shine” shared by author John Perlin:

Synopses-

http://energyblog.nationalgeographic.com/2013/09/23/seven-of-the-greatest-solar-stories-over-the-millennia/

http://www.motherearthnews.com/renewable-energy/let-it-shine-the-6000-year-story-of-solar-energy-zbz1310.aspx#axzz2jREFizpE

Policy-

http://www.psmag.com/environment/ronald-reagan-extinguished-solar-power-66874/

Review of the book-

http://www.sonnenseite.com/Renewable+Energies,Socrates+didnt+invent+solar+architecture,60,a27294.html

Strictly photovoltaics-

http://www.solarpowerworldonline.com/2013/12/selenium-silicon-solar-panels-excerpt-let-shine/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=selenium-silicon-solar-panels-excerpt-let-shine

http://www.smithsonianmag.com/innovation/document-deep-dive-patent-first-practical-solar-cell-1-180947906/

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7 February

President & CEO of SEPA, Julia Hamm, Shed Some Light For Our Solar Future

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Today I want to share an interview with you, of Julia Hamm, President and CEO of SEPA (Solar Electric Power Association), at Pennsylvania Convention Center of Phildadelphia, PA, on Thursday, February 7, 2013, below:

During the interview, President Hamm re-emphasized the importance of collaboration between utility companies and consumers during this time of transition. She’s been with SEPA since 1992 when the organization was Utility Photovoltaic Group (renamed as SEPA in 2000), left and rejoined the organization in 2004. The focus of SEPA has been to help the traditional utility sector to integrate more solar into their energy portfolio through education, research, programs and projects that enable better understanding and learning of mutual experience from various utility companies. The emphasis is in creating a bridge between the utility companies and solar industry. SEPA has been instrumental in bringing various US utility companies abroad, since 2008, to learn how utility companies have been able to adapt to greater solar penetration in other countries such as Germany, Spain, Japan, and Italy. SEPA and SEIA co-own SPI (Solar Power International, ) and recently SPI formed an alliance with Solar Expo show (SES, May 8-10, 2013 in Milan, Italy) and Shanghai New Energy Conference (SNEC PV Power Expo, May 14-16, 2013, Shanghai, China). These three largest solar trade shows (SPI, SES, SNEC) in the world come together to form the Global Solar Alliance and will be hosting the Global Solar Summit in the coming Spring in Milan, Italy, to provide better exchange of information and communications among utility companies internationally.

Julia Hamm foresees continued growth of solar industry and greater use/adoption of solar by consumers;this will translate into need for future change in regulatory structures in order to fulfill the need of consumers and utility companies. Such change in regulatory structure will be occurring on state by state basis. With distributed PV (and other sources) quickly being adopted by consumers, utility companies now realize the need for changing the nature of the grid. Time and collaboration are the keys. It would appear that better chance of success in bringing about any regulatory improvement/changes that will benefit both consumers and utility companies is through collaboration.  So, it’s time for all parties involved to sit down at the round table and work out the details collaboratively, for our mutual benefit.
~have a bright and sunny day~
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11 September

Solar Power International (SPI) 2012 CEO Panel Discussion

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I’d like to share with you some of the highlights during the General Session of Monday, September 10, 2012, at Solar Power International (SPI) 2012, of the CEO Panel discussion: Growth In An Uncertain Market. Moderators & Panelists are:Julia Hamm, President & CEO of Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA); Rhone Resch, President & CEO of Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA); Tom Boyle, P.E., EVP, NRG Energy CEO of NRG Solar and President of West Region;Jurgen W. Krehnke, President and General Manager of SMA America, LLC and President of SMA Canada, Inc.;Peter H. Marte, President & CEO of Hannah Solar, LLC;Nancy E. Pfund, Found and Managing Partner of DBL Investors;Eric Silagy, President of Florida Power & Light;Tom Werner, CEO of SunPower Corporation.

Solar Power International 2012 began its four-day run in Orlando with a dynamic panel of industry thought leaders stressing that now is the time for collaboration and cooperation to establish a level playing field to create a marketplace where all energy can compete including solar. The wide ranging discussion explored renewable portfolio standards, net metering, regulation, storage, grassroots support for solar and the future of the investment tax credit. The executives agreed that it is imperative to create a partnership between the industry and utilities to create the necessary stability to make solar a larger share of our energy mix. Julia Hamm urged the “solar industry and the utility industry to invest in the development of a regulatory structure that allows for a new long-term, sustainable utility business model that encourages customers capable of installing solar to do so and rewards utilities that innovate and create a platform on which solar is fully leveraged for its strengths and which ensures the costs and benefits are fairly distributed.” Rhone Resch reported that the U.S. solar market had achieved its second best quarter in history having installed 742 megawatts of solar power, while the utility segment registered it best-ever quarter with 477 megawatts. Through Q22012, the U.S. now has 5,700 MWs of installed solar electric capacity, enough electricity to power nearly a million homes with a total projected 3.2 gigawatts of new installed solar for 2012.(Source:SPI2012 news release)

In the video clip below, you might hear a whispered comment about Feed-In-Tariff (FIT). Effective FIT is the perfect incentive policy for renewables/solar that would provide the certainty and weaning away from subsidies. If you would like to learn more about FIT, please check out sunisthefuture Youtube Channelor item F at right. Without further ado, this discussion is below:

 

Please feel free to visit http://www.sunisthefuture.net for more on solar energy and more on Solar Power International (SPI) 2012 will be revealed at sunisthefuture Youtube Channel and at http://www.sunisthefuture.net . As always, any of your comments/questions/suggestion/concerns are welcomed at sunisthefuture@gmail.com

~have a bright and sunny day~
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10 September

Who Should Attend Solar Power International (SPI) 2012 ?

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Solar Power International (SPI) 2012 is taking place at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL, Sep. 10-13, 2012.  Participants will be: Engineering firms, Architects, Builders and project developers, Installers and contractors, Manufacturers, Distributors, Utilities, Government representatives and policymakers, Investors and financiers, Entrepreneurs, Legal/Services, Military. More will be coming at http://www.sunisthefuture.net covering SPI2012. For those of you who are curious, here are some prelude to the event:

1.  Schedule-at-a-glance 2.  Registration information

3.  Accommodation 4.  Solar Idea Swaps

5.  PV Technical Training 6.  Turn Your Trip to SPI into a Vacation

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Hypower Completes One of the Largest Rooftop Utility Solar Projects in the Northeast

ORLANDO, FLORIDA (September 2012) – Hypower, Inc. is pleased to announce the successful completion of one of the largest rooftop utility solar systems in the northeast; located in Cranbury, New Jersey. The system with a total of 5.7 Megawatts (MW) covers 1,108,500 square feet on four warehouse rooftops all connecting into an underground collection system which is interconnected to the medium voltage Public Service Electric & Gas PSE&G distribution lines. Just over 21,000 solar panels convert sunlight into electricity.Hypower, Inc. is based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The project was managed by Jeff Krysiak, Senior Project Manager. “We are very pleased with the work that Jeff’s team accomplished on this flagship project”, says Richard Paul-Hus, Sr. Vice President at Hypower, Inc. As a result of this project, Hypower exceeds 110 MWs of installation experience and places the company among the Top Investment Grade Bankable Solar Contractors in North America.  Hypower Inc. Energy Infrastructure Group team will be at the Solar Power International Conference in Orlando showcasing their Design-Build services for solar PV projects throughout North America and the Caribbean.

More will be in store for Solar Power International (SPI) 2012.

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9 September

Upcoming Solar Power International 2012 & Reaction to Jugar Shah’s Statement On European Investigation Into Chinese Solar Cell Exports

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As I’ve remarked at the end of yesterday’s (September 8, 2012 post of http://www.sunisthefuture.net) post, “we need to try harder in order to have a bright and sunny day tomorrow” and furthermore, we need to shift our focus/attention toward constructive rather than destructive direction, changing our paradigm to the possibility of infinity rather than forever operating from/playing a zero sum game of finite competition !  We are living in a critical time in human history; we are all part of a great turning  of a fundamental shift in the way we live on this planet, whether we are American, Chinese, or European.  We need to keep our eyes on the prize/gift of  the fact that cost of solar is now competitive with fossil fuels and will offer a future of hope and optimism rather than a future of doom and gloom.

The practice of dumping, anti-dumping tariff, etc. is nothing new. It occurred in the auto industry, steel industry, etc. historically.  That is why there had been General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade among international/world trade scene. I would like to invite you to visit some historical background on Dumping practice and pricing policy.

Actions in the United States

In the United States, domestic firms can file an antidumping petition under the regulations determined by the United States Department of Commerce, which determines “less than fair value” and the International Trade Commission, which determines “injury”. These proceedings operate on a timetable governed by U.S. law. The Department of Commerce has regularly found that products have been sold at less than fair value in U.S. markets. If the domestic industry is able to establish that it is being injured by the dumping, then antidumping duties are imposed on goods imported from the dumpers’ country at a percentage rate calculated to counteract the dumping margin.

Related to antidumping duties are “countervailing duties“. The difference is that countervailing duties seek to offset injurious subsidization while antidumping duties offset injurious dumping.

Some commentators have noted that domestic protectionism, and lack of knowledge regarding foreign cost of production, lead to the unpredictable institutional process surrounding investigation. Members of the WTO (World Trade Organization) can file complaints against anti-dumping measures.

Actions in the European Union

European Union anti-dumping is under the purview of the European Council. It is governed by European Council regulation 384/96. However, implementation of anti-dumping actions (trade defence actions) is taken after voting by various committees with member state representation.

The bureaucratic entity responsible for advising member states on anti-dumping actions is the Directorate General Trade (DG Trade), based in Brussels. Community industry can apply to have an anti-dumping investigation begin. DG Trade first investigates the standing of the complainants. If they are found to represent at least 25% of community industry, the investigation will probably begin. The process is guided by quite specific guidance in the regulations. The DG Trade will make a recommendation to a committee known as the Anti-Dumping Advisory Committee, on which each member state has one vote. Member states abstaining will be treated as if they voted in favour of industrial protection, a voting system which has come under considerable criticism. (Source: J. Eggert,http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/docs/2006/september/tradoc_129812.pdf)

As is implied by the criterion for beginning an investigation, EU anti-dumping actions are primarily considered part of a “trade defence” portfolio. Consumer interests and non-industry related interests (“community interests”) are not emphasized during an investigation. An investigation typically looks for damage caused by dumping to community producers, and the level of tariff set is based on the damage done to community producers by dumping.

If consensus is not found, the decision goes to the European Council.

If imposed, duties last for five years theoretically. In practice they last at least a year longer, because expiry reviews are usually initiated at the end of the five years, and during the review process the status-quo is maintained.

Chinese economic situation

The dumping investigation essentially compares domestic prices of the accused dumping nation with prices of the imported product on the European market. However, several rules are applied to the data before the dumping margin is calculated. Most contentious is the concept of “analogue market”. Some exporting nations are not granted “Market Economy Status” by the EU: China is a prime example. In such cases, the DG Trade is prevented from using domestic prices as the fair measure of the domestic price. A particular exporting industry may also lose market status if the DG Trade concludes that this industry receives government assistance. Other tests applied include the application of international accounting standards and bankruptcy laws.

The consequences of not being granted market economy status have a big impact on the investigation. For example, if China is accused of dumping widgets, the basic approach is to consider the price of widgets in China against the price of Chinese widgets in Europe. But China does not have market economy status, so Chinese domestic prices can not be used as the reference. Instead, the DG Trade must decide upon an analogue market: a market which does have market economy status, and which is similar enough to China. Brazil and Mexico have been used, but the USA is a popular analogue market. In this case, the price of widgets in the USA is regarded as the substitute for the price of widgets in China. This process of choosing an analogue market is subject to the influence of the complainant, which has led to some criticism that it is an inherent bias in the process.

Now that we do have a more clear picture of what is going on, let’s approach the issue rationally and calmly. I do agree with Jigar Shah that “the last thing the US and European solar industries need is the further escalation of a trade war in which there is no winner”, but SolarWorld is operating within its right to file for complaints or request for investigation. This is all part of the process for transparency in a democratic society.  But it is important to note that the process of choosing an analogue market is subject to the influence of the complaint and may be inherently biased.  This issue needs to be carefully addressed and requires a group of independent and fair minded individuals to help to reach the right decision.  Sometimes threats/sabre rattling (be it from China or Europe or USA) is the best way to insure that all parties involved will look at the matter seriously for its eventual decision may have a great deal of consequence, more than just the immediate industry or country involved, but on a global scale, its security, safety, prosperity, and longevity .

Another point:  Criticisms have argued that it is quite unreasonable to compare China’s goods price to the USA’s as analogue. China is now developing into a more free and open market, unlike its planned-economy in the early 60s, the market in China is more willing to embrace the global competition now.  Instead of only depending on its cheap labor source,  China is now a true contender on the world commerce scene from many perspectives.  Then, it is thus required to improve its market regulations and conquer the free trade barriers to improve the situation and produce a properly judged pricing level to assess the “dumping” behavior.  Think of this as  growing pain…the difference between treatment toward a baby or growing tiger/ elephant/growing human versus treatment toward fully grown tiger/elephant/adult human.   It is incumbent upon those who have already participated/competed many decades on the world scene to indoctrinate carefully/patiently  those who are  joining the club more  recently.  Henceforth, the true sign of leadership from Chinese Premier Wen and German Chancellor Merkel need to be followed. It is far wiser to continue the dialogue, discussion, or implementing measures that focuses on cooperation rather than retaliation, for I believe that all of us have the common goal  for the future of our planet to be clean, healthy, prosperous, and free from war.

Perhaps the SPI (Solar Power International) 2012 (Sep. 10-13, 2012, Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL) will be a great place for discussions of cooperations to be taking place. Lastly, I’d like to call to the attention that part of the solution will also lie in improving market for all by increasing the demand for solar installations. I can not think of any better incentive policy than effective Feed-In-Tariff in accomplishing this goal.  So home owners, solar businesses, policy makers, and lobbyists, please consider and ask for the implementation of effective Feed-In-Tariff !  Let’s all take part in pushing through the inflection point on this curve of solar growth/transition. Let’s all march toward the future of Renewable Energy Age !

~have a bright and sunny day~

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7 September

Top U.S. Solar Companies Will Be Unveiled By SEIA & Vote Solar Initiative at SPI2012

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Want to find out which are/will be the top solar companies in the U.S. that will be unveiled by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Vote Solar Initiative on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, during a press conference at SPI (Solar Power International) 2012 (at Orange County Convention Center of Orlando, FL, 9:00 A.M., EDT, in room 206c)?

SEIA:
Established in 1974, the Solar Energy Industries Association is the national trade association of the U.S. solar energy industry. Through advocacy and education, SEIA is building a strong solar industry to power America. As the voice of the industry, SEIA works with its 1,100 member companies to make solar a mainstream and significant energy source by expanding markets, removing market barriers strengthening the industry and educating the public on the benefits of solar energy. Visit SEIA online at www.seia.org

The Vote Solar Initiative:
Vote Solar is a non-profit grassroots organization working to fight climate change and foster economic opportunity by bringing solar energy into the mainstream. Visit Vote Solar online at www.votesolar.org.

Rhone Resch, CEO and President of Solar Energy Industries Association, Adam Browning Executive Director of the Vote Solar Initiative, and Rob Threlkeld, Manager of Renewable Energy of General Motors will be available for questions. If you would like to register for call information for this press conference or learn about the solar legislation in Congress, please click below:  http://salsa.wiredforchange.com/o/6422/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=77430
or simply visit http://www.sunisthefuture.net next week for update regarding this press conference.
Below, is a clip of an interview with Rhone Resch of SEIA (Solar Energy Industries Association) back in 2010 in Cancun, Mexico:


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2 September

Upcoming Solar Power International (SPI) 2012

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There is an upcoming solar event, the Solar Power International (SPI) 2012, that will take place in Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL, between September 10-13, 2012.  It is considered one of the largest and most comprehensive solar energy event in North America.  Besides thousands of professionals from solar energy and related fields, former President Bill Clinton will be there as a keynote speaker on September 12, 2012, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm, to describe the challenge of globalization, to emphasize the growing interdependence, and to point toward the path of a common future based on shared goals and values.  SPI is also partnering with Solar Energy International (SEI) and North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) to provide free technical training in Orlando (Booth 1008);these 60-90 minute sessions, taught by SEI’s and NABCEP’s experienced instructors, are available to all SPI Full Conference and Expo Hall Only registrants.

“SPI is the most valuable U.S. solar networking event with unrivaled opportunities to meet with both leading and up-and-coming players in the solar sector from around the world.”  Lisa Frantzis, Managing Director of Energy, Navigant commented.

This is what Lee Peterson, Sr. Manager of National Tax-Renewable Energy, Reznick Group, said, “I’ve attended SPI every year since 2006, and it has always been the absolute best solar industry event. It attracts everyone who matters in the industry, provides current updates on all important aspects of solar energy, and gets all the people you need to meet in one place at one time. SPI is a must-attend event for every serious solar energy professional.”

Here is:  the Schedule-at-a-Glance, Registration information, Accommodation, Solar Idea Swaps, PV Technical TrainingsTurn Your Trip to SPI into a Vacation, etc.  To wet your appetite for this event, please allow me to show you a clip of SPI of last year (2011), below:


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