New York City Solar Summit sheds light on soft cost reduction, process optimization

This week we attended the City University of New York (CUNY) NYC Solar Summit. Though space comes at a premium in the city, it does have 8 MW of solar installed to date, and plans to bring in at least another 45 MW to 75 MW of installations under the "Solar America Cities" initiative, awarded to New...

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