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Article Published 06/30/2021 3 min read

Webinar: Secondary Solar Market - 5 Myths Debunked

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Melissa Ann Schmid melissa@energybin.com

What's all this hype about the secondary solar market? It seems like everyone has an opinion about it. But not everyone has experience with it.

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That's where EnergyBin comes in. As the leading B2B exchange that brings together PV professionals who provide solutions for repair, resale, and recycling, we know the ins and outs of the secondary market.

In this webinar, we debunk five common myths to explain why the secondary market is a critical component to achieve a sustainable, circular economy that leaves zero waste.

By viewing this webinar, you will learn:

  • What a robust secondary solar market looks like
  • How solar equipment comes into the secondary market
  • Secondary market opportunities that exist for solar companies today

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Duration:  27 minutes 36 seconds

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Renee Kuehl, Director of Sales & Marketing, EnergyBinRenee Kuehl
Director of Sales & Marketing


Renee Kuehl is the Director of Sales & Marketing at Broker Exchange Network, the parent company of EnergyBin, LLC. Her work amounts to over a decade of connecting equipment brokers in the IT and Renewable Energy industries across 70 countries. Prior to joining Broker Exchange Network, Renee served as a national sales rep for EXHIBITOR Magazine and as the Corporate Wellness Director at Lifetime Fitness. Her background has instilled in her the importance of company leadership establishing a work/life balance culture for employees. Renee holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Minnesota. When she's not in the office, you can find her in the yoga studio or spending time with her family.


Melissa_avatar 100x100pxMelissa Ann Schmid
Marketing Communication Manager


Melissa Ann Schmid is the Marketing Communication Manager at EnergyBin. She is committed to advancing an environmentally and socially responsible secondary solar market. Melissa completed a Master’s in International Business at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota focusing her thesis research on strategic corporate social responsibility initiatives and the role of for-profit/non-profit partnerships in today’s global economy. Melissa has published in the Social Responsibility Journal, the Journal of Business, Society, and Government, enerG Magazine, Solar Power World, North American Clean Energy, PV Magazine USA, and Resource Recycling. Melissa has broad work experience serving in strategic planning and marketing roles across multiple industries.