About Dan Hahn
Dan Hahn | Solar Journalist
Dan is a solar journalist and content advisor with SolarReviews. He also works with solar installers and solar nonprofits to develop and execute strategic plans.
Dan Hahn founded residential solar energy information and policy resource, Solar Power Rocks, in 2007. As the site's chief architect and senior editor, he developed a national framework for evaluating the impact of residential solar energy policy. Possessed with a mission to communicate how all state legislatures can encourage solar energy growth, he developed annual state scorecards to benchmark solar policy performance across the United States. Solar Power Rocks has been cited by publications such as the New York Times, Politifact, and Seeking Alpha.
Dan earned his B.S. in Financial Management from the University of Illinois in 2001, and his M.S. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Portland State University in 2008.
Recent articles by Dan Hahn
November 14, 2020
Explaining how solar tubes work, pros and cons, cost, usefulness compared to skylights, and the best models available on the market.
October 30, 2020
Calculate the required squares you need to measure your roof for shingles with measurements from Google Earth, the ground, and on top of your structure.
October 26, 2020
Read on to learn more about the best flat roofing materials, their pros and cons, and how much you can expect to pay to repair your roof with each.