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SEIA Expands Leadership Team, Adding Vice President of Congressional Affairs and Vice President of Regulatory Affairs
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) announced today a restructure and expansion of its leadership team. Erin Duncan, a proven legislative strategist and advocate, has been named the organization’s new vice president of congressional affairs and Katherine Gensler has been named vice president of regulatory affairs.
Today, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) commended New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for his announcement that the state is doubling the NY Sun solar goal to 6 GW by 2025, extending the state’s existing incentive program and launching a new round of large-scale solar awards.
Solar Industry Urges S.C. Legislature to Pass New Clean Energy Bill to Streamline Utility-Scale Deals, Make it Easier for Businesses and Households to Access Solar
COLUMBIA, S.C. and WASHINGTON, D.C. – The solar industry is urging South Carolina’s Legislature to pass a broad new bill that would reform the state’s energy market, creating jobs, expanding solar deployment and lowering some of the highest home energy bills in the U.S.
This webinar will address financing options and tools that are paving the way for more solar on churches, community centers, schools, other non-profits, and municipalities.
Solar Power Northeast (#SolarNE) is the largest forum in the Northeast for the solar and energy storage industries to come together and learn about the sustainable energy trends and legislation impacting grid resilience and electric reliability in the region. This event will feature three tracks of education plus, extensive networking opportunities.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Wind Solar Alliance are convening a panel discussion the morning of Monday, February 11, 2019. The breakfast event will be held on-site at the Washington Renaissance Hotel.