SEIA is excited to sponsor a webinar on the recently published California Solar Permitting Guidebook (Guidebook) featuring Wade Crowfoot, Deputy Director of the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research and Bill Brooks, a consultant to the solar
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Utilities across the country are examining new strategies for net metering.
This webinar will review issues pertaining to the determination of tax basis for the ITC and Section 1603 Treasury Program. It is incumbent on members of the U.S.
SEIA and ASTM International hosts a webinar for the Solar Heating and Cooling industry stakeholders on August 9, 2012. The webinar provides an overview of the development of product standards in solar heating and cooling, specifically the heat-metering standard, and information on involvement.
The Department of Defense (DOD) is the single largest consumer of energy in the United States and is increasingly focused on expanding their solar portfolio. This webinar explores solar contracting opportunities with DOD and highlights some of the major legal considerations associated with doing business with DOD.
The webinar highlights emerging trends nationally and in some of the top state markets including demand, system and component cost declines and manufacturing output levels. Much of the discussion is framed around preliminary trade case results, the impact of the 1603 Treasury grant program and new state market dynamics.
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).
The webinar covers the applicable OSHA fall protection regulations affecting low- and steep-slope roofing work and the applicable OSHA fall protection rules present for work on solar roof installations. Learn from a field expert on the essential components of a managed fall protection program and how this translates to trained and competent field personnel required to install solar-related systems and comply with the OSHA regulations.
Policy at both the federal and state level is critical to the success of America’s solar industry.