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Q&A Series: Huib van den Heuvel and Solarge

Solarge is the Alliance’s most recent member. A pre-commercial start-up, Solarge is poised to reshape solar PV manufacturing with new low-carbon inputs.

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Q&A Series: Lindsay Cherry and Hanwha Q CELLS

Lindsay Cherry answered the Alliance's question about Q CELLS' solar operations.

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Q&A Series: Frank van Mierlo from 1366 Technologies

The Alliance interviewed Frank van Mierlo from 1366 Technologies, an innovative solar wafer company nearing commercial launch. 1366 Technologies is one of the most recent new members to join the Alliance.

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The Whitehouse

The Alliance Welcomes Biden Administration’s 100-Day Review of Critical Supply Chains

The Ultra Low-Carbon Solar Alliance today released the following statement regarding the Biden administration’s 100-day review of critical supply chains.

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Not All Solar Is Created Equal

The ULCS Alliance Applauds New Legislation to Expand U.S. Solar Manufacturing

Alliance Executive Director Michael Parr released the following statement in support of the new Solar Energy Manufacturing for America Act bill.

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New York Times

Alliance LTE: Bad Practices in the Solar Power Supply Chain

If the solar industry is going to continue to thrive, it needs transparency and sustainability throughout its supply chain.

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The SunCast Podcast Special Report: "Not All Solar Is Created Equal"

Alliance Executive Director Michael Parr sits down with Nico Johnson of SunCast Podcast

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Decarbonizing Solar

Executive Director Michael Parr sat down with Tim Montague of the Solar Podcast to discuss decarbonizing the solar supply chain.

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If You Could Buy Better Solar...

Why wouldn't you? The Watts Up crew is joined by Michael Parr the Executive Director of Ultra Low-Carbon Solar Alliance. During the conversation hear from Michael about the game-changing outlook The Alliance is challenging manufacturers to establish which results in massive carbon reduction in the creation of solar modules.

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