More than 550 U.S. solar companies have signed a letter emphasizing the severe challenges they are facing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and outlining policy proposals that could save jobs and support American families. These companies represent some of the largest manufacturers, owners, developers, installers and operators of solar projects nationwide.
On March 11, 2020, SEIA delivered a letter to the Trump Administration signed by more than 140 solar companies across the country, asking for continued economic growth opportunities in the advancement of mutual goals. The text of the letter is below, and you can download a PDF at the link above, which contains the full list of companies that signed on to this critical effort. Dear Mr. President:
A bipartisan group of 231 mayors from cities and towns across the country sent a letter to Congress urging them to pass an extension of the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC). Learn more about SEIA's campaign to #DefendTheITC.
On July 17, 2019, SEIA delivered a letter to Congress signed by nearly 1,000 solar companies across the country, urging them to extend the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), one of the most successful clean energy policies in history. The text of the letter is below, and you can download a PDF at the link above, which contains the full list of companies that signed on to this critical effort. Dear Members of Congress,
A large coalition of 65 businesses of all sizes are urging the South Carolina Senate to pass the Energy Freedom Act, which was unanimously approved in the state House last month.
On Wednesday, January 17, 2018, SEIA President and CEO Abigail Ross Hopper sent a letter to President Donald Trump, asking for him to carefully weigh the potential economic impacts of imposing tariffs on solar cells and modules imported into the United States. You can read the full text of the letter by downloading the PDF below.
Since two U.S. solar manufacturers filed a petition under Section 201 of the Trade Act that sent shockwaves through the solar industry, a wide variety of organizations have spoken up to voice their opposition to the petition and stand up for the tens of thousands of American jobs that are at risk if excessive trade remedies are put into place. Below you'll find links to a number of letters from non-elected officials. For our repository of letters from policymakers, click here.