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PV Intel is a solar intelligence company that provides actionable insights and bespoke solutions to participants across the global solar value chain by compiling, analyzing, and distilling data to accelerate the energy transition.
Our team transforms information and data into actionable insights and usable roadmaps for strategic business decisions. We produce solutions for clients both large and small through custom reports to meet their unique needs in fast-changing markets across the US.
As technology evolves and regulatory environments change, we keep our clients informed and armed with the latest intelligence they need for the markets they care about the most.
We believe that democratizing solar data and delivering actionable insights will accelerate the energy transition to a clean energy future.
Data scientists and analysits compile raw data and tranform it into intelligence and actionable insights.
Our hands-on solar development team has over 40 years of experience in the industry and will craft a training program personalized to your project and objectives.
Learn how to develop your own solar projects with our Solar Development Training. Work with a team of solar experts and experienced developers in live, one-on-one sessions.
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The 25 Largest Solar PV Projects
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Solar Development Training: Learn how to develop your own solar project
New Solar Development Training by PV Intel teaches users how to develop community scale solar projects. The United States is projected to double the total amount of installed solar PV by the end of 2025. Annual deployments are growing by over 500% and will reach 100...
25 Largest Solar PV Projects
This table represents the top 25 largest solar projects in the United States in terms of nameplate capacity (MW), as reportedby the Energy Information Administration. Projects must have received regulatory approval, but not yet achieved commercial operation date. A...
As Texans are asked to cut energy use amidst a heat wave, solar and batteries step up
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), the controlling body of the Lone Star state’s grid, is having an increasingly difficult time living up to the “reliability” part of its name. Long, powerful heat waves have stretched across the state for a good...
US nears 50% emission free electricity, wind & solar set records, solar up 23%
The United States power grid will soon have a month where it is powered by more than 50% emission-free electricity sources, a milestone which will most likely occur in April or May, and probably in 2024. The emissions free generation is likely to come...
Residential solar offers price certainty in chaotic electricity markets
In Texas, electricity is deregulated, which means distribution-level energy supply companies can compete in the open market to offer residential and commercial contracts. Texans are now accustomed to shopping around for new electric rates every six to twelve months or...
More than half of all US generation was emissions-free for 10% of this year
Emissions-free electricity generation is expanding at stunning rates across the United States, largely due to the dawn of the solar and wind energy decade. Based on the Energy Information Administration (EIA) hourly data reports, the combined forces of solar, wind,...
Climate, the Texas grid, and solar + batteries to the rescue
In 2021, winter storm Uri became a landmark example of the unpredictability of climate, and its harsh impact on the legally mandated core requirements of electric utility companies: to provide electricity reliably, and to furnish just and reasonable prices to...
Solar generation up 36% in the first two months of 2022
The solar PV train has left the station with strong momentum in 2022, showing 36% year-over-year growth through February when compared to the first two months of 2021. This marks significant growth despite a year of challenges for the industry. This figure...
Texas solar is booming, but batteries are not included
California has been the unquestioned leader in the energy transition, and it has matured to a solar plus battery market. Looking ahead, the state has 16 GW of projects with signed interconnection agreements in hand and a projected commercial operation...