IRA: Everything You Need to KnowThe historic Inflation Reduction Act contains numerous provisions to invest in the solar and storage industries in the United States. SEIA has all of the resources you need to understand this complex policy.
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Solar and Storage Industry Calls for Stronger Transmission Planning Rules to Meet the Clean Energy Boom Ahead
Yesterday the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) filed comments in response to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC’s) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NOPR) on transmission reforms that will meet the needs of a rapidly changing energy mix and better consider the systemwide benefits of transmission assets.
With Major Policy Win, Solar and Storage Industry Charts Course for a U.S. Manufacturing Renaissance
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) released a roadmap with near- and long-term steps to dramatically scale America’s solar manufacturing sector now that the Solar Energy Manufacturing for America Act (SEMA) has passed as part of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).
President Biden’s Signature on Historic Inflation Reduction Act Secures America’s Position as the Global Leader on Clean Energy
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act into law, sparking the biggest investment in clean energy ever made in U.S. history. The law contains 10-year tax incentives for solar and storage deployment, investments in domestic solar manufacturing and other critical energy provisions.
Researchers from the National Renewable Energy Lab will present analysis from two recently published reports on residential solar plus storage case studies.
A cultural audit (or cultural assessment) involves the study and examination of an organization’s cultural characteristics (such as its assumptions, norms, values, relationships, leadership style, communication practices, recruitment and evaluation practices, measurements) to determine whether they hinder or support its purpose.
Not only have average utility-scale solar project capacity sizes increased dramatically the last few years, solar plants are now also being built in newer and more complex regions. As a result, the financial sensitivity to the assumed solar resource for a particular project has never been higher.