The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Stimulus (CARES) Act is one of the largest such bills ever passed in Congress, and contains a wide variety of provisions to help businesses and workers during the economic crisis caused by COVID-19. Below you will find some highlights of key provisions. For additional information and resources on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it affects solar companies, click here.
Even if you can't attend this important event in person, you can join the industry's efforts by showing your support online. Below you will find graphics and suggested posts. We encourage you to time your posts with the start of the hearing at the U.S. International Trade Commission, which will take place at 9:00AM Eastern Time on Thursday, December 5th.
Nominations are currently open through October 2nd to serve on SEIA's Board of Directors and represent the general membership. Download the full notice document for information on the process and timeline as well as instructions for submitting a nomination.
All leading sports leagues in the United States, including professional football, baseball, basketball, hockey, soccer, NASCAR and the IndyCar Series, boast sizeable solar assets. In 2017, more than 42 million Americans attended an event at a stadium, arena or raceway with a solar system.
A variety of voices have come out in opposition to the Petition filed by Suniva and SolarWorld, advocating for trade policy that does not put tens of thousands of U.S. jobs at risk. From the Wall Street Journal to the American Legislative Exchange Council, the position is clear: no new solar tariffs.
Below is a signed statement affirming a shared agenda for a 21st century electric grid. The statement has been signed by the American Council on Renewable Energy, the Biomass Power Association, the National Hydro Power Association, the American Biogas Council, the Energy Recovery Council, the Solar Energy Industries Association, the American Wind Energy Association, and the Geothermal Energy Association.
As you may have seen in the news this morning, yesterday Gov. Cuomo announced Greg Sayre will be interim PSC chair. The roll out has been a little confusing. But the way I understand it, Tom Congdon will be running the Department on day-to-day basis. Sayre will run the Commission. I’m told this arrangement will only last for a short time, as new Commissioners will soon be brought on board.