An undergrad at UC Berkeley, Michael Palmquist came to the conclusion that energy was the space he could make the biggest impact for the planet. Once there, however, he found the solar industry to be disorganized and full of wasteful ad hoc processes. 10 years later, armed with experience in the software industry, he came back with a mission and a groundbreaking product: SolarNexus.
Much of solar is currently using dated manufacturing practices to deploy across the country. There are notable exceptions, but with no third party metrics to measure and share quality, investors are being left in the dark. So how can solar installers and developers achieve this “Total Quality Revolution?”