kWh Analytics presents on opportunities to improve solar data using DOE’s Orange Button

By Kathie Zipp kWh Analytics Data Scientist Adam Shinn presenting, “Cross-Sector Opportunities to Improve Solar Data Analysis and Capabilities” at Bay Area Photovoltaic Consortium (BAPVC) Meeting & DuraMAT Workshop, hosted at Stanford University. May 23, 2017.
At a Stanford University solar conference focused on bringing together universities, industry, and the U.S. government, kWh Analytics Data Scientist Adam Shinn introduced upcoming industry-wide advances made possible through cross-sector collaborations.
“One of the biggest challenges facing our industry right now is the soft cost of solar,” said Shinn, pointing to a graph from the 2016 report by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. “The decreases in hard costs over

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