How One Cleanweb Company is Cutting Solar Soft Costs and Streamlining Permitting

9-05-2013 How One Cleanweb Company is Cutting Solar Soft Costs and Streamlining Permitting

Insight by Cory Connaly Cory Connolly is a Research Associate at the Environmental Law Institute and is a co-founder of MiGrid Media – a Michigan-based clean energy communications company. Originally published on Solar Mosaic, Septemebr 5, 2013

Innovation can come in a variety of forms, but it’s particularly powerful when technological innovation and procedural innovation are combined. In 1913 in Highland Park, Michigan – a city within the city of Detroit – Henry Ford debuted the first moving assembly line.  The automobile was, in its own right, one of the most miraculous technological advancements of the 20th century, but without parallel innovation in the production process, the automobile never would have transformed the US and global economy the way that it did. One-hundred years later, we’re seeing rapid technological advancements in electricity generation, such as solar photovoltaic panels. However, it is the emergence of innovative techniques which bring solar to market that may transform America’s clean energy portfolio. This story is about  How One Cleanweb Company is Cutting Solar Soft Costs and Streamlining Permitting  See full report on Solar Mosaic 

 

 

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