John Hoffner, P.E.
Renewable Energy and Sustainability
Recent Publications with Co-authors
(earlier papers not listed)
Proposed Photovoltaic Module Form Factor to Reduce Levelized Cost of Energy,
Proceedings of 40th IEEE PV Specialist Conference, Denver, CO, June 8-13, 2014
Creating a Balance of Cost, Reliability, and Maintainability for Utility-Scale PV Power Plants,
Proceedings of 39th IEEE PV Specialist Conference, Tampa, FL, June 19, 2013
Solar PV Project Due Diligence for Ontario, Canada Climates,
Proceedings of the World Renewable Energy Forum (WREF), Denver, CO, May 2012
San Jose, California Identifies up to 40 MW of PV for Municipal Facilities through the Solar America Cities Program,
Proceedings of the American Solar Energy Society, May 2010
Watts-on-Schools, 10-years of Experience with an Innovative PV School Leasing Program,
Proceedings of the American Solar Energy Society, May, 2010
Sun Power For the Town of Westwood, Massachusetts,
Proceedings of the American Solar Energy Society, July 2004
Renewable Energy; The Infinite Power of Texas,
Proceedings of the American Solar Energy Society, June, 2002
The Texas Photovoltaic Coalition; Options for Rural Utilities,
Proceedings of the American Solar Energy Society, June 2002.
Facilitating Solar Electric Plant Construction, an Innovative Model in Long Island, New York,
Proceedings of the American Solar Energy Society, Austin, Texas June 2003.
indow Awning System on the University of Texas Houston Health Science Center Using AC-Modules,
Proceedings of 28th IEEE PV Specialist Meeting, Anchorage, Alaska, September 2000.
Stand-Alone PV as a Customer Service Option in Texas, USA,
Proceedings of IEEE PV Specialist Conference, Vienna, Austria, July 1998.
12. “Renewable Energy in Texas,”
Texas Business Review,
U. of TX at Austin, June 1997.
PV-Friendly Pricing: The Commercialization of Grid-Tied PV Systems by Electric Utilities,
Proceedings, IEEE PV Specialists Conference, Washington, DC, May 1996.