David Wright has a PhD from Cambridge University, UK and has experience in industry, academia and government in three continents. His university research in solar power has been conducted in collaboration with industrial partners in the Cleantech Sector and is published in top journals in renewable energy.
Essential knowledge for the solar entrepreneur, Solarnomics is that rare book that discusses the technical and business aspects of solar power on equal footing. Wright succeeds in delivering the practical information needed to navigate today's solar market. Chris Giebink, Head of Applied Optoelectronics and Photonics Lab, Penn State University Solarnomics provides a thorough and well-rounded perspective on the ins and outs of running a profitable solar business. As solar power becomes increasingly important as we move towards a low carbon economy, this book can act as a toolkit for the solar leaders of tomorrow as they look to understand the risks and returns made possible through solar business. Katherine Arblaster, Senior Manager, Monitor Deloitte Professor Wright shows how evolving solar and green technologies can benefit established economic sectors. Solar energy financing is key to project success. This book provides financial options available to the reader in an engaging manner. David Arenburg, President, DAI Inc Down to basics, straight to the core of the issue, yet insightful - a reading I recommend for anyone interested in solar economics who doesn't want to go to the trouble of getting a PhD in photovoltaics. Yves Poissant, Research Manager and Senior Specialist in Solar Photovoltaic Technologies, CanmetENERGY