About Zeeshan Hyder

Zeeshan Hyder - Author of Solar Reviews

Zeeshan Hyder

SolarReviews Blog Author

Zeeshan is passionate about promoting renewable energy and tackling climate change. He developed these interests while studying at beautiful Middlebury College, Vermont, which has a strong focus on sustainability. He has previously worked in the humanitarian sector — for Doctors Without Borders — and in communications and journalism.

Zeeshan is a solar journalist and content manager at SolarReviews. He has long been passionate about climate issues, and developed a deep interest in solar power after witnessing its successful adoption in Australia.

He has previously worked as a journalist for a major news organization, covering energy, climate and environmental stories, among other topics.

He also served as an organizer for the Pakistan Youth Climate Network, an advocacy group aimed at raising climate awareness among students and future leaders.

His other work experience includes several years in the humanitarian sector - with Doctors Without Borders - and in nonprofit communications.

Zeeshan earned a B.A. from Middlebury College, Vermont, birthplace of the 350.org climate movement.

Recent articles by Zeeshan Hyder

Explained: EV charging and Tesla charger options

Zeeshan Hyder

April 16, 2019

Explained: EV charging and Tesla charger options

Charging an EV is a lot more complicated than fueling a gas-powered vehicle. Here are the different levels of charging, and how Tesla chargers stack up.

Understanding the 100-watt solar panel kit and its uses

Zeeshan Hyder

October 2, 2019

Understanding the 100-watt solar panel kit and its uses

A 100-watt solar panel is portable, easy-to-use, and has many practical applications.

Off-grid solar systems: An introductory guide

Zeeshan Hyder

November 29, 2019

Off-grid solar systems: An introductory guide

Off-grid solar systems offer freedom from the grid - but at a cost. We explain how off-grid solar works, various costs it entails, and who it's ideal for.

Grid-tied solar systems explained

Zeeshan Hyder

January 17, 2020

Grid-tied solar systems explained

Here’s an in-depth look at grid-tied solar systems, the most popular kind of solar panel setup in America.

Solar panels for apartments & renters: your options

Zeeshan Hyder

June 25, 2019

Solar panels for apartments & renters: your options

Living in an apartment? You too can go solar! Explore the solar energy options available for rental homes.

Geothermal energy pros and cons

Zeeshan Hyder

September 27, 2019

Geothermal energy pros and cons

This article is well-researched and contains every aspect a balanced geothermal energy pros and cons list should contain.

Solar pergolas, gazebos & patio covers: A quick guide

Zeeshan Hyder

January 1, 2019

Solar pergolas, gazebos & patio covers: A quick guide

These are dual-use structures that produce solar energy while also providing shade for your patio or backyard. We’ll explore what they’re for—and if they’re better than solar panels.

Solar panel reliability: How reliable is solar power?

Zeeshan Hyder

May 30, 2019

Solar panel reliability: How reliable is solar power?

Critics often claim that solar power is unreliable. So, how is solar energy produced and is it a reliable source of energy? Find out here.

Utility-scale solar: what is it, how does it work?

Zeeshan Hyder

June 23, 2021

Utility-scale solar: what is it, how does it work?

Utility-scale solar is leading the transition to a clean economy; solar power is being added to the grid more than any other energy source.