Are the recent declines in solar PV module prices sustainable?
Stanford GSB researchers Ansu Sahoo and Stefan Reichelstein present price projections for solar PV panels and explain their implications for policy.
Anshuman sahoo & stefan reichelstein
A spectrum of solar cell technologies
An overview of the past, present, and future of various solar photovoltaic technologies. Stanford PhD student Kevin Gu explains the dominant silicon technology and how one day we might have energy-generating windows in the home.
Solar Fuels as a versatile energy solution
Stanford Professor Thomas Jaramillo explains how developing robust and efficient technologies for solar fuels production can help us to move away from fossil sources and toward renewable energy solutions. An interview by Gigi Lin.
gigi lin & tom jaramillo
Solar Energy in Developing Markets: Taking Stock on Global Trends
While developing markets like China and India have dominated the media, countries in Latin America such as Brazil have shown positive results. José María Valenzuela discusses the case for solar energy in Latin America.
jose maria valenzuela
Hacking the sun
Co-Founder and CEO of SfunCube, Emily Kirsch, discusses exciting entrepreneurship opportunities in the solar industry.
Large-scale solar integration: assembly required
Rapid growth in solar energy poses challenges to large-scale grid integration but also inspires creative solutions from both academia and industry. UC Irvine PhD student Scott Lee explains.
Human-Centered Design for Off-Grid Solar Entrepreneurs
Jake Schual-Berke, former COO of SunSaluter, discusses how human-centered design can be applied to off-grid solar products and alleviate energy poverty in unelectrified communities.
Scaling Solar in India: Aggressive Policies Needed to Match Ambitious Targets
Dr. Arunabha Ghosh provides a roadmap for scaling up solar energy in India through the lens of smart policy.