Why Solar Financing Truly Is An Art Form

August 24, 2016 by  
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A decade ago, a residential solar system was a relatively elite product available only to homeowners with the means to finance the installation. Banks were still a little shy about investing in this new technology and solar financing programs were…

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Globally resilient enterprises: What do they look like?

November 2, 2015 by  
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About a decade ago, former IBM CEO Sam Palmisano wrote about the advent of “the globally integrated enterprise” in “Foreign Affairs.” He argued that such companies must be structurally, operationally and culturally different from the multinational corporations of the past so they can respond to complex supply and demand conditions.

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Why good governance is critical for sustainable cities

November 2, 2015 by  
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When there are leadership gaps, sustainability and urban planning fail to thrive. Case in point: Brazil’s favelas.

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Hot Topic: How Has Solar Energy Changed In 10 Years?

September 16, 2015 by  
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Nearly a decade ago, I worked for a solar energy installer. People would call us up with a feverish interest in solar energy. They didn’t want to pay a high monthly electric bill, and they wanted to decrease their use of fossil fuels. When they…

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