Have you ever wondered why your cell phone gets hot when it's charging? Few folks realize the electromagnetism that's picked up as dirty electricity and moves through the circuit, making the charging process less efficient, and it not only increases your phone's heat, but your energy bills, and it shortens the life of all of the devices and appliances around us.
Well, today’s interview is with my friend B.D. Erickson who knows a thing or two about how to address that issue. His company, Satic USA has been building clean electricity products to address this issue since 2008. And more and more solar installers are beginning to install Satic products alongside their inverters to ensure a clean operating system inside your home.
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While SunCast began as the first-ever podcast focused on solar energy for emerging markets back in 2015, it is now a go-to resource for entrepreneurs and sales professionals alike in the renewable energy space. Today, SunCast is downloaded more than 12,000 times per month by energy & cleantech professionals seeking insight into how to grow their personal and professional skills and business.
The show is mostly interview style, and provides valuable insight into the personal and professional lives of industry executives and icons like Jigar Shah (Generate Capital & a few other well-known solar companies), Dan Shugar (PowerLight, SunPower, Nextracker), Cory Vaughan (SunEdison, Lamb Energy), Stephen Lacey (GTM, Energy Gang), Tony Clifford (Standard Solar) and other amazing leaders from startups and huge corporate alike. We discuss where the markets are going, and how you can best position yourself to win based on the collective learning of our guests and host Nico Johnson's own insights from over a decade in the Solar industry. Highlights include Bold Predictions for evolution of the solar market, and insights into how some of the largest or most impactful projects and partnerships came about.