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EIA Response to SI2 and SEIA Comments on Data Collection

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In July, the Solar and Storage Industries Institute (SI2), and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), made the case that the Energy Information Administration (EIA) should be collecting more data on a variety of issues, including: utility interconnection queues, interconnection costs, the state of the solar supply chain and solar manufacturing, and more information on electric grid operations itself. In an informal response to SI2, EIA pushed back on the organization’s claims. 

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