Don't miss your chance to be included in the industry’s premier report on solar installations at corporate warehouses, offices, and stores. The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and The Climate Group are now collecting data for the third edition of the Solar Means Business report, which ranks the top corporate users of solar energy in the United States.
Last year’s report was covered by publications such as Bloomberg, Reuters, The Boston Globe, LA Daily News, and The Miami Herald, and even got a mention from Bill Clinton on Jon Stewart’s The Daily Show.
Please share your data by September 19th. By filling out this survey, we can ensure that the report properly reflects current corporate investment in solar energy. The survey asks for some basic summary statistics and provides space for you to include information about each solar energy system currently deployed. This system-level data will greatly enhance the report’s accuracy and tell a compelling story to local and national media. If you choose to participate, please submit your data to Aaron Holm at firstname.lastname@example.org by August 29th.
If you represent a company providing data about on-site projects currently deployed on your warehouses, offices, or other installations, please use this form.
If you represent a solar installer providing data about projects you have developed for corporate customers, please use this form.
We will also use the data to produce an interactive pin map of commercial solar projects in the U.S. We intend to map each system we receive data for, regardless if the host is ranked in the top corporate users list. As such, you should assume that any data you give us, not including contact information, will be made public.
If you have any questions about the report or the attached survey, please do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you for your time and assistance!