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All the elements of Tracking the Sun 2022 from -- slide deck, Excel workbook, interactive data tool, a… https://t.co/ZNpWsktjx2

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WEBINAR: Our annual progress report on distributed solar, Tracking the Sun, is out. For a deep dive on the findin… https://t.co/T1ukujFsWW

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Use our updated interactive data tool to drill down by state and customer segment. See data on system design, pric… https://t.co/ZL8FzcR02e

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Module efficiencies have risen from 13.6% in 2002 to 20.1% in 2021 partly due to growing market share of mono-cryst… https://t.co/NJUIuFT9ZT

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Third-party ownership of distributed continues to slide, as more customers prefer to own. Residential TPO s… https://t.co/2lJgS2PBpH

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There are clear economies of scale in distributed . Residential system prices fall almost a quarter as size… https://t.co/pq76yrcNM2

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System size keeps growing, now at 7 kW for residential, up from just 2.4 kW in 2000. Non-res systems have a median… https://t.co/EVsB3Isu9l

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Solar module and inverter prices make up a small share of total system costs. Balance of system (BoS) and soft cost… https://t.co/P21Dfx0QUH

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Variation between states can also be substantial. Median installed residential costs range from $2.90 in New Hampsh… https://t.co/tQPUY7qDkw

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Median installed prices for distributed were $3.80/W for residential, $3/W for small non-residential, and $2… https://t.co/aUfnMsWOvt

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Residential batteries are getting larger, reflecting growing demand for backup power, with 42% of installs greater… https://t.co/efls96z3Oh

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Winter Storm Uri spurred a boom in paired solar + battery systems in Texas. Adoption rose 3x and 6x In the… https://t.co/MVdfiMZxq7

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Tracking the Sun, our report that analyzes distributed solar trends, is OUT! It has price, technology and other da… https://t.co/xzdsrl0QIS

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RT : You’re invited to our first-ever ! Learn how you can play a role in reshaping our energy future and… https://t.co/SCLuq7KTs0

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RT : Research by colleagues of mine have shown that distribution system outages (NOT the supply shortag… https://t.co/hYyZ6kWajf

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Our is speaking at the Renewable Energy Markets conference next week, on the status of state renewabl… https://t.co/LgeDYLe9DR

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RT : Apply for the Sunny Awards for Equitable Community Solar, a $100,000 prize competition for community solar projects… https://t.co/Psfais6hGs

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RT : Do you have a concept that could demonstrate the reliable operation of a power system that has up to 100% of its po… https://t.co/ZSEB8OTuPk

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We use empirical (real world) data for this, not modeled, so the effects of the Inflation Reduction Ac… https://t.co/KGfeWqY5Bd

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