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Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020

SEIA-Led Coalition Says New York Should Reduce Proposed Solar Charge

For rooftop and small commercial customers, net metering has been a successful policy and has helped drive the growth of solar around the country. New York State regulators, however, are proposing changes to this billing mechanism.

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Friday, Feb 21, 2020

The Solar+ Decade Will Usher in Widespread Clean Energy and Massive Economic Growth

Fracking transformed the U.S. energy sector in the last decade; the abundance of low-priced natural gas dramatically shifted the economics of energy generation in the United States, causing significant market disruption and unprecedented closures of coal plants.

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Friday, Feb 21, 2020

SEIA Statement on FERC Directing NYISO to Favor Fossil Fuels

Following is a statement by Abigail Ross Hopper, president and CEO for the Solar Energy Industries Association, on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s decision to tilt the scale toward fossil fuels in New York through the “buyer side mitigation” policy, which would serve to separate everyday New Yorkers from their hard-earned money to the benefit of fossil fuel burners:

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Upcoming Events
Monday, Feb 24, 2020

Solar Power and Energy Storage Mountain West

In partnership with the Colorado Solar & Storage Association, Solar Power & Energy Storage Mountain West is the premier solar + storage event for the western U.S.

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Thursday, Feb 27, 2020

SEIA Finance & Tax Seminar

This prestigious annual event connects 250+ senior-level solar and finance executives with legal and tax experts for an in depth look at financing trends, contract structures, deal terms, current market conditions and policy forecasts that impact structured transactions within the solar and storage industries.

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Wednesday, Mar 4, 2020

State of Solar Jobs

As the solar industry continues to evolve, the growth and stability of the solar workforce continues to be of utmost importance.

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