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Meredith Galante

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Meredith Galante is a full-time freelance writer covering the solar industry, New York City real estate and the wine and spirits industry. She previously was on staff at The Star-Ledger and Business Insider. Meredith graduated from the SI Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University with a bachelor's in Magazine Journalism and Political Science. Meredith also previously recruited team members for a residential solar company and worked in sales for a community solar startup.
Sono Motors' Solar Car Sion

Sono Motors Starts Its Engine Using the Sun

Given how many things the sun powers, it’s surprising that cars haven’t become one of the more common things to run on the most...
The Raise Green Originator Engine Platform Kickstarting Solar Projects

Raise Green Launches Platform Allowing Anyone to Become a Solar Investor or Developer

If you’ve ever driven by a large solar array and wished you could be a part of bringing clean energy to your town, there’s...
Drone Inspecting and Analysing Solar Asset

DroneBase Expands to Provide Elite Analytics and Imagery to Solar Asset Owners Globally

A clear, blue Tuesday morning transformed Dan Burton’s life from citizen to military man to entrepreneur. Burton watched the Twin Towers crumble on Sept. 11...
New Round of the American Made Solar Challenge: Entrepreneurs to Change the Solar Industry

American-Made Solar Prize Highlights Entrepreneurs That Could Change the Solar Industry

Last updated: Aug. 12, 2020 All you need is an idea. The American-Made Solar Prize aims to showcase and propel entrepreneurs who have an idea of...
The Facade of Ubiquitous Energy's Solar Windows at the Conference Room

This Company Wants All of Your Windows to Generate Power

Most Americans' ideal home would glisten with floor-to-ceiling windows that let in natural sunlight. However, typical windows cause homes to heat up in the summertime....
One World, No Plan B: Global Climate Change Protest

Coronavirus Hinders States’ Climate Change Goals

COVID-19, the Novel Coronavirus, has disrupted virtually all typical ways of living across the United States. Before the onset of the Coronavirus, climate change appeared...
Oil and Gas and Power Generation Companies Increasing Solar Share in Their Portfolio

Report: 38 Percent Energy CFOs Say Solar Will Be the Most Dominant Form of...

In a new study, Energy Goes Green, released by BDO, energy sector CFOs reported that solar power will be the most dominant form of...
Coronavirius Hits Solar Panel Market

Coronavirus Hits Solar Panel Market

Solar panels prices, production, and supply are poised to continue to be in turmoil in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak. The Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19),...
Ground Mounted Solar Mini-Grids in Rural Africa

Mini-Grids Can Give Millions Power, but Bureaucracy and Technical Issues Still Stand in the...

Across Africa and Asia, exciting plans for new mini-solar grid projects are being announced at a rapid pace. However, a surprisingly small percentage of...
Software Company Arcadia Pushing Growth of Community Solar for Residential Uses

Technology Company Arcadia Leading Charge in Growth of Community Solar

It’s 2020 and one of the biggest influencers in the solar and clean energy business runs a software company. If you ask Kiran Bhatraju what...

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