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SEIA has been developing a campaign that uses Facebook’s online community to accelerate the rate of US residential solar adoption. Learn about how this project can help grow your business and engage your customers on a new level.
This webinar briefed SEIA members of critical developments in the Midwest, including recent proposals for high fixed charges for solar customers. SEIA was joined by Howard Learner and Brad Klein of the environmental law and policy center (ELPC) who share their deep knowledge on the latest critical issues.
IREC's annual US Solar Market Trends Report 2014 gathers and analyzes publicly available data for US solar installations by technology, state and market sector.
This report is a comprehensive study taking an in-depth look at Germany’s solar support programs and how the United States can benefit in the long term from the experiences of the world’s leading solar producer. Prepared for SEIA by the widely-respected Brattle Group, the new report examines, among other things, the rising cost of Germany’s feed-in tariffs (FITs) for solar PV and resulting reform efforts. Today, Germany has 35 gigawatts (GW) of installed solar capacity and is on track to hit 52 GW in the near future, representing about 7 percent of the nation’s wholesale generation. Most importantly, the report finds: “By and large, the German path has been remarkably successful, given the goal – shared by a great majority of the population – of ‘de-fossilizing’ Germany’s electricity sector.”
Learn about how the Solar Commitment 2014 to Environmental and Social Responsibility can benefit your company. Learn about the solar-specific and general best practices regarding the environment, labor, ethics, and other areas that can help your company. Get the perspective from the investor community and human rights advocates as to why signing on to the Solar Commitment makes practical business sense.
As solar PV continues to expand, utilities are increasingly conducting studies on how best to integrate these resources into the grid.
MA call notes - July 7, 2014
This International Energy Agency report looks at the various policy options available to decision makers as increased distributed PV penetration proves disruptive to the centralized business models of traditional utilities.