Author posts: Chad Tudenggongbu

Equitable Access to the Sun: Together Be More Powerful and Effective

October 22, 2015 by
Imagine if you could suffice your home or business energy needs through harnessing the natural sun light without causing a serious dent on your bank account; would you consider adopting solar energy? Money may not always be the sole barrier to going solar. You may encounter other challenges such as not having adequate space to Read More »

Making Solar Accessible: Addressing Split-Incentives in Multi-Unit Buildings

February 13, 2015 by
By Kate Daniel and Ben Inskeep Imagine an American city, and you’re likely to think of large, high rise apartment and office buildings. What you may not think of, however, are solar panels on the top of these buildings.  Multi-unit buildings offer great potential for hosting solar energy systems:  there are lots of them, they Read More »

Solar on Farms

July 18, 2013 by
With the recent public discussion over The Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management (FARRM) Act, the national spotlight has been directed once again to the farmers of the US, seeking to protect and empower this critical segment of the economy. In the context of the DOE’s SunShot Initiative, there exists a huge opportunity for Read More »