On January 23, 2012, SEIA filed comments in Texas PUC Project No. 39797, a rulemaking to implement SB 365 and SB 981, which are intended to clarify who may own renewable and natural gas distributed generation and eliminate regulatory hurdles to such ownership.
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Scott Hunter, Renewable Energy Program Administrator with the Office of Clean Energy explains the new regulations governing the registration of projects for New Jersey's landmark Solar Renewable Energy Credit Program (SRP).
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.
This testimony presents the recommendations of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) concerning the design of San Diego Gas & Electric’s (SDG&E) electric rates over the next three years. Submitted June 12th, 2012.
A draft of the "Florida Renewables Assessment Study" is now available on the Florida Public Service Commission's web site.
The report reviews the efficacy of existing laws and regulations to protect solar access for new and existing buildings and recommends specific measures to improve and ensure solar access for those planning to use solar energy systems on homes and commercial buildings.
SEIA and GTM Research released the U.S. Solar Market Insight: Q3 2011 on Wednesday, December 14 showing a record quarter for solar installations. Through the first three quarters of this year alone, over 1,000 MW of PV was installed, marking the first time the U.S. has added over 1 GW of solar capacity in a single year. While overall installations are up, some market segments and states did better than others and the year has been difficult for manufacturers.
According to a new survey conducted by Kelton Research on behalf of SCHOTT Solar and the Solar Energy Industries Association™ (SEIA™), if Americans were in charge of the country’s energy policy, solar once again tops the list of energy sources that they would choose to support.