Join this webinar to learn how the EPA’s RE-Powering America’s Lands initiative offers developers a very unique value proposition for installing solar energy!
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Join SEIA and GTM Research for a webinar covering the highlights of the soon-to-be-released U.S. Solar Market Insight: Q3 2013.
SEIA's State Affairs team will provide a preview of the latest on net energy metering (NEM) from across the U.S.
This will be a unique opportunity to learn about the SunShot Incubator projects in quick 1-minute pitches by each company. In addition to learning about the projects, you will be able to gain greater insight into the Incubator Awardees products and future development needs.
On December 5, 2013, President Obama directed federal agencies to obtain 20 percent of their power from renewables by 2020. Our goal at SEIA is to ensure the large majority of the gigawatts needed to meet this goal over the next 7 years come from solar—made, financed and installed by SEIA members across all 50 states.
Michael Cliggett and Garrett Nilsen from the U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative will focus on highlighting a few of their favorite projects and highlight specific technologies that recently entered the market thanks to U.S. Department of Energy SunShot Initiative funding.
Renewable portfolio standards (RPS) have proven to be one of the most effective policy mechanisms for driving demand of solar and renewables. Currently, 29 states plus D.C. have RPS policies and 17 states plus D.C. have solar and distributed generation provisions. Because RPS policies are key to driving solar development, SEIA is focused on defending and expanding RPS policies around the country. Join Galen Barbose, Principle Scientific Engineering Associate of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Rick Umoff, Counsel and Regulatory Affairs Manager of SEIA’s State Affairs team, for an in-depth look at the current status of RPS policies.
NREL’s Solar Access to Public Capital working group recently released standardized solar contract templates for residential leases and commercial power purchase agreements. Attend this webinar to learn how these flexible contract templates can be used across a variety of business models and open up new investment opportunities in solar power projects.
Kevin Lynn, head of the Department of Energy’s crosscutting grid integration effort, speaks about the activities of DOE in the grid integration area, challenges, and path forward, including the impact on the solar industry.
Learn how solar heating and cooling (SHC) can play a significant role in providing an economically viable and environmentally sustainable long-term solution to our daily heating and cooling needs.
Learn about how the Solar Industry Commitment 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.
Most companies have already created Facebook and Twitter accounts, but what about Pinterest, Tumblr, Instagram, YouTube, Google+, LinkedIn or blogging? We will identify reasons why our guest solar companies have chosen the platforms they are on and why. We will also look at the different tools being used to help manage the workload and amplify your message.
The U.S. solar market continued to exhibit strong growth in the first half of 2013. Driven by continued strength in the utility market, the second quarter grew over deployment levels in Q1 2013.
With distributed solar growing at a record pace, states nationwide are assessing the benefits and costs of this dynamic resource. The implications of these studies couldn't be higher, as cornerstone policies such as net metering are on the line.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is updating its rules about siting solar projects at or near airport facilities. One key aspect of the new rules is guidelines about siting to avoid instances of glare, potentially dangerous reflections off of solar equipment.