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.
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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.
The National Solar Permitting Database at www.SolarPermit.org was recently redesigned to incorporate feedback from dozens of stakeholders who had been beta testing the database since the prototype was lau
The U.S. solar market had a strong first quarter of what is expected to be another record year for the industry. Installations grew significantly over deployment levels in Q1 2012. The growth in Q1 2013 was driven in part by record first quarters in the residential and utility segments.
This webinar was an opportunity to review the results and progress of renewable energy bills in states that SEIA is active or monitoring. These states include Massachusetts, California, Arizona, New Jersey, Colorado, New York, Texas, and Nevada. While many of these states legislative sessions had concluded, and final results of bills are available, some were still in session – and status updates were provided.
SRECs have been critical to driving solar development on the East Coast. However, as market conditions become increasingly complex, what is the best strategy for financing projects in these SREC markets?
Learn about the newly launched Connecticut Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program in Connecticut, and how the program will lead to more solar deployment in Connecticut while saving costs for consumers, protecting the environment, and cre
Join SEIA and GTM Research for a review of the U.S. Solar Market InsightTM: 2012 Year-in-Review report.
Please join SEIA and its partners to learn more about customer-solar developer power purchase agreements (PPAs). Our webinar will focus on the nuts and bolts of PPAs,including tax and finance structures. We will also review some of the underlying policies that support PPAs and the barriers, particularly in the Southeast.