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Seismic Changes in the Solar and Storage Industry – Part 2

Welcome back to Part 2 of our interview with Scott Sullivan, my friend and one of the best networked executives in the industry. Earthquake excitement has diminished in the New Jersey area, but seismic changes in solar continue around the country. 

In Part 1 we discussed what happens in the solar and storage industry — really every industry — when company profits decline. It’s a tough adjustment to make, and many companies have not yet recovered from this high interest rate environment.

Nevertheless, the majority of companies have figured out the formula, and the topics that Scott and I discussed are summarized below:

  • What are the characteristics of a great solar and storage contractor?

  • What should potential customers look for in a contractor?

  • Have you seen any changes with the solar panels offered by contractors?

  • Have you seen any changes with the inverters and batteries offered by contractors?

  • Is solar financing recovering yet from high interest rates?

  • Are Virtual Power Plants (VPP) and Vehicle To Grid (V2G) technologies getting much traction?

  • And last but not least, what do you do for fun?

If you missed any of Part 1 or Part 2 of our podcasts with Scott Sullivan, please visit ENERGYSHOW.BIZ and listen to the full podcasts.


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