Welcome to another edition of Solar Speaks, Solar Power World’s podcast series that gives you the opportunity to hear from the industry’s biggest newsmakers — in their own words.
We’re spoke to Peter Lynch, an advisor to Principal Solar Institute, investment banker and expert in renewable energy. He also penned the December 2012 cover story on feed-in tariffs in Solar Power World. This time, Peter is back to brag about the performance of his solar stocks last year, which is probably better than you might imagine.
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Dave Fisher says
Mr. Andorka, 2 things caught my attention, in particular, in the interview with Mr. Lynch. First Solar and Sunpower, as he did, are very often mentioned among progressive type solar producers in print and on the podcasts and such that I have seen. More power to those two. The people associated with these companies must, in some way, desire the future of the solar world which can be achieved to a degree. Also, Mr. Lynch mentioned 2016 as a key year for legislation, AIN’T that the truth. Here in this immediate gratification society, or the want of a quick answer to a current (problem) situation all hell can happen at any election (year). Rarely does one hear or see any positive solar energy news on the all occupying (for many people) TV, but look at how Solyndra was handled by that media so unprofessionally and it seemed at times to have the paid informants that fix their faces on several or more networks get pleasure from putting a good industry down or say something negative about it. Do you know that when polled now, the American people place environmental issues as something to look at, at a later date.