On Friday Brooklyn SolarWorks hosted Swiss Public Radio correspondent Isabelle Jacobi at our HQ in Gowanus to discuss the state of solar. Following a short tour through our office and chats with some members of staff, Ms. Jacobi sat down with BSW C.E.O. T.R. Ludwig for a wide-ranging conversation about the state of solar in New York, and the potential implications of new and extremely ambitious state and city climate protection laws for local solar business. As SRF’s Washington correspondent, Ms. Jacobi also wondered whether federal level policy decisions by the current White House administration are filtering down and having local impacts on solar adoption.


Für unsere lieben deutschsprachigen Kunden – the segment is scheduled to stream on the German language site on Tuesday July 23rd. We’ll be sure to share it here and by social media when it does. Genießen!

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