Solar installation season special announcement

Due to a boost in solar developments, a lot has been happening in the solar space and we have made arrangements to bring you these stories as they break.


It’s almost the month of May, which means the solar installation season is here. There has been a lot of breaking news stories about solar in the past few months so much we have a hard time keeping up.

We are working hard to make sure we bring you these news stories as they break. That said, we have added a few team members and interns to our team and we are happy to announce that the pvbuzz media newsletter you receive twice per week will now be in your email inbox on a daily basis.

So please look forward to the same awesome newsletter every morning and arrive at work informed and ready for the solar-scape. As usual, do let us know if you have any concerns or if you have a business venture to explore or simply want to chat.

Best Regards,

Derick A. Lila, Managing Editor, and Founder.

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