Popular Twitter Chat Presented Live for Solar Industry Professionals, With Fundraiser Benefitting the Heather Andrews Scholarship Fund New York, NY, January 31, 2013 – PV America and EcoOutfitters.net today announce…read more +
In November 2011, EcoOutfitters launched #SolarChat, a monthly discussion facilitated on Twitter that joins solar and renewable industry experts and solar-curious consumers to discuss issues relevant to solar energy, solar PR, solar hot water, solar pool heating, etc. The goal of #SolarChat, which is held on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 2-3:00 p.m. EST, is to make solar a reality for every home and business across America.
Since its inception, #SolarChat has connected thousands of solar professionals, from solar PV manufacturers and solar installation company owners, to solar corporation CEOs, renewable energy association representatives, and other “green” leaders. We have developed into “the industry’s think tank,” engaging in robust, informative, and actionable topics such as solar industry growth, solar certifications, solar myths, net metering, solar and the media, solar financing, and more. View all recaps below.
The 1/23/13 #SolarChat took a look forward at the year ahead in solar. Here are some highlights.
The #SolarChat team from @EcoOufitters, along with @PVAmerica, will be presenting #SolarChat Live at PV America East (#PVAE) on Wednesday, February 6th.
With PV America East coming up in February, this #SolarChat went into “conference-mode!” Our goal was the preview #PVAE and discuss ways to maximize conference attendance all around. Here are some highlights…
The focus of the 12/12/12 #SolarChat was on how solar gives back, highlighting ways solar can provide cheer for the holiday season and beyond. Here are some of the “bright” highlights…
In conjunction with the recent release of the third annual National Solar Jobs Census, the 11/28/12 SolarChat topic focused on the solar industry’s enormous growth.
In the wake of the destruction, #SolarChat’s 11/14/12 discussion focused on climate change, with a panel of journalists from RenewableEnergyWorld.com (Elissa Wood and Meg Cichon) and Climate Progress (Stephen Lacey). Here are some highlights…