These are the top 10 most read solar articles by your peers this week!

#1 SolarWakeup: Wall Street and Main Street Voted. Clean Energy Won.

#2 Solar Power World: How Will The Expiration Of The ITC Affect Solar Construction?

#3 University Herald: University of California System Makes Largest Solar Purchase in US

#4 Seeking Alpha: Residential Solar Is Growing Up

#5 San Diego U-T: Solar incentives reward west-facing panels

#6 RE World: A Deep Dive into the Value of Solar and the Future of Solar Energy

#7 RenewEconomy: Solar parity with wholesale market

#8 Delaware Online: Motech’s Newark solar facility has closed, official says

#9 Forbes: Solar Continues Trumping Fossil Fuel Pricing, With More Innovations To Come

#10 Energy Collective: Energy Facts: Residential Electricity Prices are Rising

The Top 10 is ranked by the number of SolarWakeup.com readers that clicked on the news article during the previous week.  It is the poll of the most relevant solar news of the week as judged by your colleagues and competitors.

Have a great weekend!

Yann

This is your SolarWakeup for September 12th, 2014

I was passed an investment analyst’s note about the pending Vivint Solar IPO. It was mostly positive but pointed out (in comparing to SolarCity) that Vivint Solar did not engage in government affairs. Interestingly, the S-1 filing mentions on multiple occasion the regulatory and policy risk faced by the solar company but did not discuss the fact that Vivint Solar currently did not actively pursue public policy. Only interesting for now as I do not think retail and institutional investors see the correlation but certainly VSLR’s competitors have actively engaged in policy.

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Yann

This is your SolarWakeup for September 11th, 2014

As congress comes back to work, I mean comes back to Washington, we are reminded that solar and clean energy has created an incredible economic impact. All the while, having to fight political sentiment and State regulators that are in many parts in the pockets of those that would rather not see solar win. I can’t agree enough with our special contributor, Jonathan Silver’s, point of view that Wall Street and Main Street have voted. Clean Energy Won. Read the article here.

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Yann