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Wednesday, Nov 07, 2018

SEIA Statement on 2018 Midterm Election Results

SEIA welcomes new governors, state lawmakers and those elected to Congress, who will play a critical role in solar energy’s future in the United States.

Wednesday, Nov 07, 2018

SEIA Welcomes Nevada’s Approval of 50 Percent Renewable Energy Target

Nevada voters made history last night.

Tuesday, Nov 06, 2018

SEIA Congratulates California Governor-Elect Gavin Newsom

SEIA congratulates Gavin Newsom on his successful campaign for governor in California.

Tuesday, Nov 06, 2018

SEIA Congratulates South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster on Re-election

SEIA congratulates South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster on his re-election.

Tuesday, Nov 06, 2018

SEIA Congratulates New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Re-election Win

The solar industry congratulates Governor Andrew Cuomo on his re-election.

Tuesday, Nov 06, 2018

SEIA Congratulates Governor-Elect J.B. Pritzker on Campaign Victory in Illinois

Governor-elect J.B. Pritzker clearly recognizes the vital role that solar energy can play in Illinois.

Tuesday, Nov 06, 2018

SEIA Congratulates Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on Re-election

The solar industry congratulates Governor Charlie Baker on his reelection.

Monday, Oct 15, 2018

SEIA Revamps the Premier Tax Manual for the Solar Industry

Known throughout the industry as the must-have guide for solar tax and finance issues, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is now releasing Version 9.0, the first comprehensive update of the SEIA Solar Tax Manual since 2016.

Tuesday, Oct 09, 2018

SEIA Releases New Go-To Guide for Residential Installations

SEIA has released an updated Installation Best Practices Guide for Residential Portfolios, a vital document for all parties involved in a solar transaction.

Friday, Oct 05, 2018

SEIA: Michigan Ruling Creates Some Much-Needed Certainty for the State’s Solar Market

Today, the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) issued a ruling finalizing the rates and standard contract terms that Consumers Energy Co., one of Michigan’s largest investor-owned utilities, must pay for energy and capacity from solar energy facilities and other independent power producers under the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA).

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