Ask A Vet: From Birkenstocks to blue suits with IREC’s Jane Weissman

This month’s veteran has a longer solar legacy than anyone we’ve interviewed so far. Jane Weissman recently retired from her position as President and CEO of IREC, starting her days at 5:00 a.m. for more than 20 years. But her experience in solar is even more diverse, including working in PV in the late ’80s,

Ask a Vet: Balancing business and ethics with Daniel Sullivan of Sullivan Solar Power

“Ask anyone in the local clean-tech industry and they will tell you that Daniel Sullivan is the go-to expert for all things solar. Daniel is the most passionate, intelligent, dedicated and hard-working person I have ever met. People, including myself, can’t get enough of his American Dream, rags-to-riches story, of a young entrepreneur with a

Ask a Vet: Catching the solar bug with SEPA’s Julia Hamm

You may have seen Julia Hamm, president and CEO of the Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), speak at industry shows, but here’s a chance to get to know her and her organization a little better. In our Ask a Vet podcast, we spoke with Hamm about why she’s spent practically her whole career at SEPA,

Ask a Vet: The importance of telling a great story with Solar-Log’s Anthony Conklin

In our second edition of our newly launched Ask a Vet podcast, we got a chance to speak with Anthony Conklin, president and general manager for Solar Data Systems North America. Solar Data Systems’ Solar-Log monitoring platform is used in residential and commercial PV projects and is compatible with more than 100 brands of inverters.

Ask a Vet: Showing solar leadership with Borrego’s Brendan Neagle

Even though mainstream solar is still a relatively young industry, some solar professionals have had the opportunity to watch the industry grow and change for decades. Solar Power World has launched a monthly “Ask a Vet” podcast series to highlight these individuals who have spent 10 or more years in the market. Through the podcast