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Clean Energy Future by Arno Harris

a blog on the intersection of clean tech, business and public policy

Published: 2015-03-31T07:05:08-07:00


Reflections of a Departing CEO


Eight-and-a-half years after founding Recurrent Energy, I'm stepping down as CEO and board chair today. I leave the company in the hands of a new generation of leaders, headed by former COO David Brochu, and new owner, Canadian Solar. Preparing...

What's on the SPI 2014 Agenda?


The annual solar industry conference, Solar Power International 2014, kicks off this week in Las Vegas. There's a lot of excitement going into this year's event.With solar now widely recognized as a competitive source of power, optimism about the industry's...

What Happens in Vegas


I’m looking forward to this week’s National Clean Energy Summit 7.0 in Las Vegas. The Summit is the vision of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, who uses the annual gathering to bring together the thought leaders, policymakers, and business people...

Recurrent Energy Wins 150MW with Austin Energy


We announced some exiting news today: Recurrent Energy has been awarded a 150MW power purchase agreement by Austin Energy. If that sounds big, that's because it is: the project will be the largest single solar power plant in the state...

Half a Gigawatt of Operating Solar Power!


When I first started out in the solar industry, we talked in kilowatts. Megawatts of solar power felt like a lifetime away, and gigawatts was not even in our vocabulary. Now a decade later: 2.8 GW of utility-scale solar was...