On Wednesday, Sept. 3 at 4:00 pm EDT, the White House, Council on Environmental Quality, Federal Environment Executive and other agency representatives visited SEIA’s office in Washington, DC for a live webinar to discuss opportunities to grow your business with in the federal sector.
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Join this webinar to learn how a national carbon fee and dividend policy could affect the solar industry. Participants will learn how a national policy like this would impact jobs, GDP, air quality, and the renewable energy sector, including the solar industry.
In October of 2014, the ISO’s EIM goes “live” with PacifiCorp, serving customers in six states. Both the ISO and PacifiCorp recently received conditional approval of their filings to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and are proceeding with testing and market simulation. This webinar provides an overview of the EIM, the current status of its implementation and a look to the future – including anticipated work following the October start date and an overview of the Transitional Committee which is an advisory body to the ISO Board on EIM issues.
On July 25, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued its preliminary antidumping duty determination against solar products from China and Taiwan. Will Commerce revisit its original scope decision and will there be margins for Taiwan? John Smirnow, SEIA’s Vice President for Trade, addresses these questions and more. Mr. Smirnow also provides an update on SEIA’s efforts to achieve a negotiated solution.
The SEIA Startup Innovation Webinar Series allows SEIA member companies to showcase innovative products and/or services to the full SEIA membership and beyond. The opportunity to present is only open to small or startup SEIA members.
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.
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.
On June 2, the U.S. Department of Commerce issued its preliminary determination in the ongoing countervailing duty investigation against solar products from China. John Smirnow, SEIA’s Vice President for Trade, will discuss the key aspects of the determination and its potential impact on the U.S. solar market. Mr. Smirnow will also provide an update on SEIA’s efforts to resolve the broader U.S.-China solar trade conflict, including efforts to facilitate a negotiation dialogue between key U.S. and Chinese industry representatives.
Join SEIA and GTM Research for a webinar covering the highlights of the U.S. Solar Market Insight: Q1 2014 Report.
The U.S. solar market has burst out of the gate in 2014 by recording the second-largest quarter in history. This growth was led by the strong performance of the utility segment- both in the PV and CSP markets. The webinar highlights emerging trends in Q1, at the national level and in some of the top state markets. The discussion will also include detailed PV and CSP market forecasts for the rest of 2014 and beyond.