Harry Payne, a veteran of the renewable energy industry, joins BayWa r.e Solar Systems as the Chief Revenue Officer
Category: Building a Healthy Business (new)
Strong resilient companies need to adapt quickly in our ever-changing solar industry. Here’s a few tips on how to start your own LDP.
Adopting a process for getting the important, but “miscellaneous” work done at any level of your company
Code changes, COVID, supply chain – there’s always something impacting a solar installation business. With our Power Forward! series, a collaboration with Solar Builder Magazine, we help solar contractors and EPCs understand the solar industry’s pressing issues, explore budding market trends and, well, power forward (!) to what comes next.
We looked at our organization and realized we were “viewpoint homogeneous.” Here’s how we’re changing that.
The LGBTQ+ solar professionals community is growing fast, and BayWa r.e. is here to support. Learn more about how to get involved.
If you’re a solar contractor interested in an efficient, powerful, solar procurement solution—discover what our Webstore can do for you!
Our Director of Residential Financing Rachel Schapira provides an intro on how contractors can best leverage solar financing products.
In this installment of Culture Chronicles, we discuss how equitable and supportive family leave policies afford your employees precious family time — without sacrificing business momentum.
Research Analyst Bryan White of Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables stops by for a podcast chat with Rachel Schapira and Tom Miller
Solar Town Hall — February 24: To Originate or Not? Working with Outside Sales Organizations (Episode 202)
As a solar contractor, when should you consider getting outside help for sales origination? Our expert roundtable weighs in on the pitfalls and positives on working with sales channel partners.
We all want to make new employees feel welcome and get up to speed on company culture and expectations. Our PX Program Manager Ira-Sofia Giovanetti shares a few ways you can thoughtfully onboard employees, even in today’s virtual and remote settings.