In a poll conducted in April 2-15 by SolarCity, 74 percent of Americans polled favored continuing federal tax incentives that support the growth of the solar and wind industries, including 82% of Democrats, two thirds of Republicans (67%) and 72%
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In May 2014, Morning Consult conducted a poll on public support for renewable energy technologies. The poll found that solar had a 92 percent favorability rating, the highest of any option provided.
In January 2015, Hart Research conducted a poll on behalf of the Center For American Progress. Respondents were asked how much the United States should rely on solar in the next five years.
As part of their annual nationwide Environment Poll, Gallup asked respondents whether the United States should put more emphasis as it does now on producing domestic energy from each of the following sources:
PSE&G is hosting a seminar featuring an address from New Jersey Board of Public Utilities Commissioner Joseph Fiordaliso and a panel discussion on the activity and outlook for the New Jersey energy storage and resiliency industry.
The Solar Energy Industries Association is working hard to represent the industry from our Washington, DC headquarters. We have experts and professional advocates working to influence federal policy, however, when it comes to making a more personal impact with legislators, the power of grassroots advocacy cannot be underestimated. Congress needs to be reminded that the solar industry provides jobs and energy security in their states and districts.
SEIA can help you with all of these options, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our federal affairs staff for assistance.
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