The U.S. Department of Energy’s SunShot 2020 goal for large-scale solar was $1/watt by 2020, equivalent to about 6 cents/kWh without subsidies in the best locations. Industry analysts and project developers indicate that this goal largely has or will be achieved. The DOE now has a 2030 goal of 3 cents/kWh – an additional 50% reduction – How will the evolution of Large Scale Solar market meet these goals? Will this occur naturally or are interventions necessary and predicted? This panel of innovative industry leaders will investigate collaborative design, next generation power electronics and tracking technology’s role in driving down costs moving forward.