The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) finds that solar has the greatest technical potential capacity of all renewables included in it's recent study.
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SEIA comments to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission and Securities and Exchange Commission joint proposed rules regarding the further definition of "swap."
This factsheet provides some examples of solar projects financed through long-term clean energy contracts that are reducing federal and state electricity bills.
On July 2, 2012, the Calfornia Public Utilities Commission issued its 2012 California Solar Initiative Annual Program Assessment to the Legislature, showing that in 2011 California reached a major milestone by becoming the first state in the nati
This report prepared by the Brattle Group and sponsored by SEIA demonstrates that adding solar PV could have significantly reduced energy prices for electric customers in Texas during the summer of 2011.
U.S. Solar Market Insight™ is a collaboration between the Solar Energy Industries Association® (SEIA®) and GTM Research that brings high-quality, solar-specific analysis and forecasts to industry professionals in the form of quarterly and annual reports. Released June, 2012.
Policy at both the federal and state level is critical to the success of America’s solar industry.
This webinar highlights how SEIA works to advance the solar heating and cooling market in the U.S. and how SEIA can benefit your company. Listen to the latest policy updates, understand how to take advantage of the many member benefits, and gain access to the growing U.S. SHC market.
This webinar presents KyotoUSA's Solar Master Plan (SMP) concept for helping schools meet their renewable energy goals. This volunteer-based organization led by Tom Kelly successfully developed SMPs for three East Bay public school districts with assistance from DOE and NREL. The webinar also includes contributions from Clyde Murley.
This fact sheet highlights some statistics from a report by the University of Tennessee Howard H. Baker Center for Public Policy on federal energy incentives. The report shows that federal support for solar energy is consistent with support for traditional energy sources.