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Articles & Insights

Explore emerging trends in solar, energy storage, and EV charging infrastructure through articles and insights by experts from Intersolar North America & Energy Storage North America, trade publications, and industry associations.

Interview: Ravi Manghani, Wood Mackenzie

We sat down with Ravi Manghani, head of solar research at Wood Mackenzie to discuss emerging technologies in solar-plus-storage, regional programs accelerating solar-plus-storage adoption, the effects of increased renewables penetration on grid infrastructure and more.

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Interview: James Greenberger, NAATBatt International (Part Two)

James Greenberger, Executive Director of NAATBatt International, offers advice to energy storage startups and describes the key for unlocking mainstream solar-plus-storage. Read part two of our two-part interview with James to get his advice for energy storage startups and understand the key for unlocking mainstream solar-plus-storage.

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2019 Market Trends

The Intersolar North America team is watching the evolution of the solar, energy storage, and e-mobility industries closely in order to develop a compelling, relevant, and actionable conference experience. In preparation for #isna2020, we took a look at the top trends shaping each of these markets, including policy implications, pricing patterns, emerging technologies, and more.

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Interview: Kristen Graf, Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy

Intersolar North America sat down with Kristen Graf, Executive Director at Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy (WRISE), to discuss diversity in today’s renewable energy industry. Though there hasn’t yet been a dramatic increase in women in the workforce, Kristen explains how the current shift in conversation around diversity has made her more optimistic now than ever.

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