Here is a synopsis of the many SPI 2012 news and product reports that we have prepared this year. Use these links to browse the coverage from your easy chair.
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As always, we try to capture as much of the information from Solar Power International as possible and present it without too much fluff for you to enjoy --- and hopefully learn about what's going on in the industry at the same time. This year is no exception and although we don't have a bunch of videos, tweets or likes here --- we do have some solid news and product announcements.
Here is a synopsis with links to the various features. We hope this helps to make your reading experience more convenient.
Prepared by Brandon Hetherington
Brandon has prepared a nice overview with photos and descriptions of several products that he found to be noteworthy.
At last count we had received almost 100 news and product announcements from the exhibitors at the show and here they are. This resource is still growing and you can add your own companies news by uploading it here (free service) - Click here to Submit Your Free Show News Release
Here are more product photos and descriptions from our Marketing Partners who exhibited at the show. Thanks to them for supporting what we do by paying just a few hundred dollars a year for our special services.
Interviews with the Show Organizers
Q&A with Rhone Resch, President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association
The value of solar PV completed in 2011 alone in the U.S. is $8.4 billion. Globally, the value was $93 billion. 100,000 people are employed by 5,600 solar companies throughout the U.S. – across all 50 states.
Solar Power and the Utilities - SEPA at SPI 2012 - Julia Hamm - Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA)
There is a wide range of utility experiences, but about 70% of solar activity is concentrated in the top 10 utilities as measured by our annual survey (www.sepatop10.org). The top 50 utilities encompass greater than 95% of the solar.
And we must not forget to thank our show sponsors for making this coverage possible. Please let them know you approve by clicking their ads and visiting their websites to see what they do.
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