This factsheet provides a list of solar power projects that are pending or have received permits by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
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Comments submitted to BLM on May 16, 2012 regarding the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Restoration Design Energy Project.
Joint Comments from the Arizona Solar Working Group to the Arizona BLM submitted May 16, 2012.
This webinar covers upcoming solar opportunities in Saudi Arabia and is held in association with the Dept. of Commerce. The webinar features John Smirnow (SEIA), Browning Rockwell (Saudi Arabia Solar Industry Association) and representatives from the U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
This webinar helps you learn about the Army Energy Initiatives Task Force (EITF) and how your company can participate in future Army solar projects. The Army EITF was recently formed to serve as a central managing office for collaboration with the private sector to invest in cost-effective large-scale renewable energy projects and meet its goal of 25% of renewable energy by 2025.
This study report reviews four sets of interconnection procedures that regulators often consider when developing state and local procedures. As a framework for review, the report uses the grading criteria developed by the Network for New Energy Choices (NNEC) and used that organization’s review of state interconnection procedures.
The latest Solar Market Insight report from SEIA and GTM Research shows that U.S. solar energy installations soared by 109% in 2011 to 1,855 megawatts.
The SEIA Major Solar Projects List includes ground-mounted solar power plants 1 MW and larger that are operating, under construction, or under development.
The Bureau of Land Management's Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement will guide the development of solar energy generation facilities on public lands.
Comments offered to Bureau of Land Management on February 27, 2012 on behalf of SEIA. Comments are regarding BLM's published Advanced Notice 76 FR 81906 (December 29, 2011) (ANPR).