The Midwest is emerging as a vibrant new solar market thanks to innovation and investment at the local and regional levels. New companies continue to spring up throughout the region.
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SEIA believes that by having a more diverse workforce, the solar industry and your organizations will be enhanced through broadened recruitment pools, increased retention and a more engaged, productive and fulfilled workforce. Diversity is not a discrete issue area to be handled by the H.R. department, but is instead an active initiative that should permeate all major aspects of the organization. This guide is designed to assist solar companies with the practical application and implementation of diversity initiatives.
Solar Means Business tracks solar adoption at some of the largest Fortune 50 companies in the United States. See which company grabbed the top spot!
U.S. Solar Market Insight™ is a collaboration between the Solar Energy Industries Association® (SEIA®) and GTM Research that brings high-quality, solar-specific analysis and forecasts to industry professionals in the form of quarterly and annual reports. Released September 12, 2016.
SEIA’s State Policy team works in state legislatures and state regulatory agencies, advocating for policies that will create, expand, and defend solar markets, and increase the competitiveness of the technologies and product offered by our member
With a 50% RPS and full retail net metering in place, SEIA is working to ensure the value of these victories is realized through continued work on RPS implementation, rate design and solar grid integration.
Through the SEIA Codes & Standards Working Group, SEIA monitors and participates in the development of product standards and building codes in the solar industry.
Large scale solar projects, such as community solar and investor-owned solar systems on farms, have expanded rapidly throughout the U.S.