Staying close to the application: #WeBuild Solar Install with GRID Alternatives

Chaolysti Principal Pamela Cargill was joined on the roof by Sheila Nahi of Enphase and Jodie Wu, a recent C3E awardee at a recent Women's Build hosted by GRID Alternatives.

Chaolysti Principal Pamela Cargill was joined on the roof by Sheila Nahi of Enphase and Jodie Wu, a recent C3E awardee at a recent Women's Build hosted by GRID Alternatives.

The June 2nd build brought together member of Grid Alternatives' new philanthropy group, the We Give Women's Circle, with delegates in town for the C3E Symposium and Awards to network and work together to build a 2kW PV system for a family in Menlo Park.

At Chaolysti, we believe it's important that we stay “close to the application” especially as we spend so much time working in the policy, business, and finance parts of our industry. In the end this is a construction-based industry and the results of the projects make a real difference in a real person’s life. 

 

 

Posted on June 8, 2016 and filed under eventwrapup.

Chaolysti's Principal Pamela Cargill to facilitate Future of Residential Solar Discussion at SPI 2016

Join Principal of Chaolysti Pamela Cargill at this year's Solar Power International conference in Las Vegas as she facilitates a discussion on the future of the residential solar business model.

The shape of the residential market will evolve, but which way? Will the few large national players get larger or will the mid market and long tail overtake them? Engage with leaders of residential solar companies with radically different business models and explore the implications for your own business. Come away with fresh thinking on post-ITC-extension growth strategies from products to processes, handling growing complexity in the policy landscape, and how to become more resilient.

Posted on June 3, 2016 and filed under news.

Chaolysti's Pamela Cargill to facilitate panel at Intersolar North America

Join Principal of Chaolysti Pamela Cargill at this year's Intersolar North America conference as she facilitates a panel delving into trends and changes in solar financing from the customer perspective.

There is a lot of discussion in the solar industry about how to structure financing in a way that is attractive to investors and enables developers to make a profit, but what about the customer’s point of view? What stops customers from securing financing, and how does the industry design financial products that overcome these hurdles? Join us on Wednesday July 13th at 9AM to explore perspectives covering residential, small commercial, a larger commercial/behind-the-meter customer finance. 

Posted on May 23, 2016 and filed under news.