NYSERDA is conducting a survey to determine the availability of capital targeted to the development of solar & Energy Efficiency solutions (“SEE”) in New York State. We would appreciate if you could help us with market characterization for capital for New York State for SEE, by completing this survey in a timely manner.
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A summary of proposals submitted by parties to R14-07-002 in California to determine a successor tariff or contract to net energy metering.
Earlier this year, North Carolina became just the fourth state in the nation to top 1,000 megawatts (MW) of installed solar capacity, trailing only California, Arizona and New Jersey as America’s solar leaders.
The Clean Energy States Alliance and the Department of Energy's Sunshot Initiative have developed a Homeowner's Guide to Solar Financing that includes insight on leases, loans and PPAs.
Working on solar project is a multiyear venture that requires following regulations and gathering
Open Energy Information has a webpage of summaries and flowcharts to navigate solar regulations and permitting.
If California was a nation, it would rank sixth in the world in installed solar energy capacity. That’s pretty amazing – and one of the key takeaways from the latest U.S. Solar Market Insight Report, which was just released by GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA).
This month’s session will provide a deep dive into the New York solar market. Join SEIA’s state affairs department and special guest speakers to gain an understanding of the structure of the New York market, functions of New York’s energy agencies, and programs available to facilitate solar projects.
With more than 8,000 companies now operating nationwide, solar energy has become one of the fastest-growing industries in America – thanks, in large part, to remarkable growth on both the West and East coasts.