The rise of distributed energy resources has made “grid modernization” a hot topic among industry experts and policymakers when discussing the future of the distribution grid. But when will grid modernization move from a topic of policy whitepapers to an implementable solution that drives new business opportunities for solar companies and utilities alike? Has this transition finally begun to take hold? If so, where and in what form? Join a discussion among industry experts as they explore how grid modernization is unfolding in unique and surprising ways in New York, California, Minnesota, and Massachusetts, and the implications for solar.
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The solar industry is coming on strong in 2016! We’ve already seen a sold out expo at both PV Conference & Expo and Solar Power Southeast (coming in May), and anticipate the same result at the next regional program from SEIA and SEPA—Solar Power Southwest. Several hundred attendees from all cross-sections of the industry are expected to convene in San Antonio this June. The program will center around trends and policies that impact the Southwest United States, with a particular focus on Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. Registration is now open!
The SEIA Tax and Accounting Webinar Series will be high-level, in-depth presentations on tax and accounting in the solar industry. This four-part webinar series is available to SEIA members for free and non-members for $79.
We invite you to roll up your sleeves and join us in Washington, DC on June 15, 2016 as a participant in SEIA’s Northeastern States Federal Lobby Day. The power-packed federal lobby day on Capitol Hill is focused on putting you in the room with lawmakers representing you in Congress – Senators and Representatives from the western states including Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington DC.
During this two-day conference, a series of keynote speeches, panel discussions, and breakout sessions will provide an in-depth analysis of the key developments and challenges facing both our global and domestic energy markets. We will analyze how technology is transforming the energy industry, just like it has changed the telecommunications, financial services, retail, and automotive industries.
REFF-Wall Street is the premier renewable energy financing event in the U.S. Attendees of this event include CEOs and other senior company officials, lenders, investors, investment bankers, private equity investors, venture capitalists and other top transactional professionals in renewable energy finance.
The event draws an especially senior audience, comprising of over 600 senior decision makers, financiers and professionals in the renewable energy finance field.
Equipment financing, for sales or leased equipment, is an important part of the residential and community solar business. Providing lending options enables more customers to take advantage of solar, and creates opportunities for providers to capture more of a quickly growing market. Yet, with opportunity comes risk, and prudent lenders take steps to mitigate that risk and protect their interests.
Solar Code Development: An Introduction to the Practice and the Process and Current State of Solar-related Provisions
Regardless of your company’s place in the value chain, codes and standards impact your solar business. This webinar is the first in a series of three webinars that will help you understand the role codes & standards play in your delivery of solar goods and services.
Solar Power International (SPI) generates success for solar energy professionals and the global solar industry. SPI is ranked #109 in the Top 250 Largest Trade Shows (by Trade Show News Network), making SPI the largest solar show in North America. In addition, SPI is a Gold 100 trade show (as ranked by Trade Show Executive), making it the only solar show to make both lists.