The Clean Power Hour – a weekly clean energy headline review and commentary podcast run by Tim Montague, and yours truly – the CommercialSolarGuy – John Fitzgerald Weaver. First of course, here’s the podcast – Episode 23. Now, to the news! SeeThru Solar First off, CSG Developers LLC – technically the owner of CommercialSolarGuy (and really just a responsible sounding company…

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It used to be that the most expensive electricity was between noon and early afternoon as temperatures built and air conditioners turned on. Different regions would see varying mixes of this peak pricing based on climate, and heating/cooling technology. Obviously, since the sun rises on its own schedule, and generates electricity as such – heavy…

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The Clean Power Hour – a weekly clean energy headline review and commentary podcast run by Tim Montague, and yours truly – the CommercialSolarGuy – John Fitzgerald Weaver. First of course, here’s the podcast – Episode 22. Now, to the news! At some point this will be a full-on story, but for now, it’s a blurb. In an interview, Elon Musk…

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The Clean Power Hour – a weekly clean energy headline review and commentary podcast run by Tim Montague, and yours truly – the CommercialSolarGuy – John Fitzgerald Weaver. First of course, here’s the podcast – Episode 20. Now, to the news!   First, the we covered an article from this website – What Biden might do for solar: 100% clean electricity…

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The Electricity Markets & Policy Group at Berkeley Lab, part of the US Department of Energy, has released their annual update of utility scale solar power plant pricing, sizing, hardware trends, locations, etc in the United States. The information is released is multiple formats. A clean powerpoint with key conclusions, a spreadsheet with lots of…

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The Clean Power Hour – a weekly clean energy headline review and commentary podcast run by Tim Montague, and yours truly – the CommercialSolarGuy – John Fitzgerald Weaver. First of course, here’s the podcast – Episode 19. Now, to the news! First we covered an article written here last week: 10 terawatts of solar power generating 18 petawatts of electricity in…

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