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Driving conversations and connections between industry members, investors, advocates and the national trade association for solar.

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SEIA Codes & Standards Symposium

Join codes & standards professionals the 4th annual SEIA Codes & Standards Symposium! Our experts will provide insight into the transition to new and improved building and energy codes that impact solar installation, identifying key considerations for designers, engineers, marketers, and policy professionals. ​​​

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Solar Heating and Cooling Symposium

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Webinar |

Scaling SolarAPP Nationwide: Demo and Outreach Strategy

During this webinar, we will provide an update and demo of the initiative, how our team is reaching out to AHJs and stakeholders for collaboration and how you can help support the effort.

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Webinar |

Recruiting and Retaining Military Talent in the Solar Workforce: Solar Ready Vets

Learn how your company can gain access to the highly-skilled military veteran workforce through the Solar Ready Vets Fellowship and the Solar Ready Vets Network. 

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SEIAs SCC Division Virtual Trivia Night

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Solar Goes Corporate: Where Clean Energy Buyers and Providers Converge

SEIA’s Solar Goes Corporate is a forum to discuss how businesses can effectively procure, deploy, and invest in clean energy technologies such as solar and battery storage. This annual event gathers more than 200 leaders from the solar and broader clean energy industries and the business community.

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