Across the country, the cry of "solar for all" is being heard by policy makers, solar providers, and community organizations. One of the premier toolboxes for setting the policy stage for solar inclusion is the Low-Income Solar Policy Guide, a project of GRID Alternatives and Vote Solar. This guide draws from best practices and lessons learned in making solar deployment more equitable.
Join SEIA, Vote Solar, and GRID Alternatives to learn about the newest edition of the Low-Income Solar Policy guides, with new insights, policy guidance, and tools for making solar truly for all.
Additionally, the Denver Housing Authority and GRID Alternatives will provide an opportunity to learn about an innovative community solar project that is delivering on that promise for residents in affordable housing.
Free for SEIA Members & Non-Members
Moderator: Melanie Santiago-Mosier, Program Director, Low-Income Solar Access, Vote Solar
Co-host: Sara Birmingham, Senior Director, Sate Affairs, SEIA
Ingrid Schwingler, Policy & Regulatory Coordinator, GRID Alternatives
Chris Jedd, Portfolio Energy Manager, Denver Housing Authority
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