Join SEIA as we explore the concept of inclusivity within the trades while spotlighting Construction Inclusion Week. This engaging webinar is a collaborative effort with McCarthy and Freedom Forever, and it promises to provide you with valuable insights from three accomplished speakers who will share their experiences in this domain.If you're interested in learning more about this topic, enroll in SEIA's DEIJ Certification Program's NEW module 'Creating Inclusive Spaces in the Trades'.
Join us for a webinar to learn about the value of implementing the Solar API from Google Maps Platform for your business. This webinar will discuss the benefits of the Solar API for solar installers, SaaS developers and marketplace websites, including:Increased efficiency and reduced costsImproved customer serviceEnhanced coverage and reliabilityAccelerated adoption of solar energyFeedback from solar installers and developers who have successfully implemented the Solar API will be presented.Who Should Attend:
A Unique Approach to Worker's Comp in the Solar Industry: How Caring for the Whole Injured Worker Pays Off
The current model of Worker's Compensation poses a large burden across multiple industries, and the effects can be felt even more so in the solar industry. On-site and rapid initial injury evaluation and treatment along with curated recovery journey and efficient case management can overcome the worker's obstacles to a faster recovery. With the innovative approach to caring for the whole worker, the worker has less anxiety through the recovery process, better morale, and continuous engagement, and as a result claim costs are decreased.
The Low-income Communities Bonus Credit: Applying for the Inflation Reduction Act’s Equity-Focused Allocated Incentive
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has unleashed billions of dollars of new investments in American clean energy, including in communities that stand to benefit the most.
Join candidates running for at-large elected seats on the SEIA Board of Directors to hear about their background and platform for serving on the Board of the industry's national trade association.SEIA’s Board of Directors oversees the association’s business, activities, and policy positions. Given this critical responsibility, the Board created elected positions to ensure that the decision-making body adequately represents the industry and promotes diverse viewpoints.Original Air Date: October 23, 2023
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has unleashed billions of dollars of new investments in American clean energy, including a significant down payment on the solar workforce of the future. The IRA’s prevailing wage and apprenticeship rules are arguably the richest clean energy incentives in the statute, designed to ensure that the hundreds of gigawatts of clean energy capacity projected to come online in the next decade are built by American workers earning good wages while training the next generation of solar and storage professionals.
Companies with diverse ownership work in every aspect and vertical within the solar industry, from manufacturers and project developers, to installers and financiers. To strengthen the DEIJ in the solar and storage industry, SEIA launched the Diverse Suppliers Database to connect buyers throughout the supply chain with diverse-owned businesses.Join us for a virtual networking event to meet with and learn more about diverse-owned businesses your company can partner with in the solar industry.Speakers:
This exclusive webinar will give members an opportunity to hear from SEIA leadership and SEIA’s outside counsel on the anticipated Department of Commerce final determination in the anticircumvention case.The final determination widely impacts the solar industry, and this event will give members an opportunity to hear the details about the final determination, learn about its implications for the U.S. solar market, and ask questions about how this decision could impact their businesses.Speakers:
Nevada passed big changes for residential contractors: from who can sell systems to how contracts must look like. The penalties can be devastating.Join us to learn about what you need to know for 2024 and how to navigate the complex landscape. This free webinar is a must see for anyone selling systems in Nevada.Speakers:
The International Trade Commission is seeking responses to a questionnaire that will inform their review of the Section 201 tariffs on imported solar cells and panels stemming from Suniva’s 2017 petition and the 2022 extension of the tariffs. This is an extremely important opportunity to provide accurate information to the ITC and ensure that their analysis is reflective of current solar market dynamics.