Category: Truth in Solar

Don’t Underestimate the Residential PV Market

I remember early on in my PV career siting on the back deck of a customer’s house discussing a solar project I had recently proposed. It was the first grid-tied PV system I sold, 16 Sharp 165 watt panels and

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Sunny Northern CA Winter A Boon For Solar Energy Production

My 8.6 kW system in my meadow 1 hour north of San Francisco produced 66% more energy in December than expected. It’s at a 20 degree tilt and 185 degree azimuth (slightly SSE). Solar energy systems all over California, especially

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Let Us Be Your Solar Resource In 2012

As we begin to work in the new year, we have a distinct feeling of growth in the solar sector as a whole. I recall sitting at my desk five years ago thinking that the 2012-15 timeframe would be about

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John Whisman Quoted in Reason Magazine

I was recently quoted in an article about the current solar module trade dispute. Please see the link here. Solar Consultants and Advisors As solar consultants and advisors on many commercial and utility scale projects, we have experience and perspective that is

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Electric Rate Tariff Analysis for Solar Projects

Over the last decade I have seen various incentive structures implemented around the world to support the integration of PV as a mainstream energy source. Germany quickly jumped into the forefront with their successful Feed in Tariff (FiT) structure which

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Financial Evaluation for Commercial PV Projects

Having been a developer of commercial PV projects I can say from first hand experience that the bottom line return is the single most important point in the purchasing process. With that said it should also be noted that the vast

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Cost Analysis for Solar PV Project

VeriSol can provide independent non-biased cost analysis services for solar PV projects. Our proprietary models have been developed based on years of experience analyzing commercial PV projects. A particular company may have certain project hurdle rates that must be met.

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