I’m curious. 2019 is the last year for a 30% solar tax credit. In 2020 it drops to 26%. Has this deadline/rush had an effect on your business? I hear from some colleagues that it hasn’t yet, or they are planning projects that will begin construction in 2020 or even 2021, so it’s less of an issue for them. I also hear from colleagues that their pipeline filled up much earlier this year as customers scramble to begin construction before the end of the year. What effect are you seeing?

I am an eternal optimist, and I firmly believe that solar’s time has come and there’s no stopping the industry now, regardless of the solar tax credit. I see incredible advancements that are turning a very technical industry into something that the average user who thinks of energy for eight minutes a year (stat from Abby Hopper’s keynote at Solar Power International in 2018) can interact with in an app. Once solar is installed, of course.

I truly can’t wait to see what the next ten years will bring to the solar industry!

—Aimee Tuck

CORBAE INSIGHT

If you’ve waited until your lead spigot has dried up to “turn on” your marketing outreach, it’ll be a struggle. Corbae Creative can help! From buying solid leads to developing effective, ongoing marketing practices, Corbae shows how to keep sales pipelines moving all year.

TACTICAL TIPS

If nobody uses the business intelligence tools you’ve created, you’re not getting the most from your business’s data. This month, Corbae Creative shares tips on how to create highly adopted dashboards that will incite positive action in your employees.

How people perceive color can depend on their own cultural experience. Do you know what your brand colors mean in other countries? Join Corbae Creative as we explore global perspective on common color choices.

CLIENT EVENTS

This webinar from SunSpec Alliance and co-hosted by Kyrio will cover some of the basic concepts behind network cybersecurity and the need for a scalable solution at a time when autonomous devices are increasingly Internet-connected.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
11am Pacific

This course is intended to provide current and future engineers working in the distributed energy industry with the information they need to design products that incorporate secure communication networking and deploy networks that incorporate these products.

Online, classes start April 9, 2019

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