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SEIA produces a wide variety of research and other supporting resources for the solar industry, ranging from reports to factsheets and presentations. This data helps inform policymakers and business leaders alike on the current state of solar and where the industry is headed.

Below you will find the final full posthearing brief submitted on behalf of SEIA and SunPower Corporation to the International Trade Commission (ITC) regarding Suniva and SolarWorld's Section 201 trade petition. 

Friday, Oct 06, 2017

Requests for Proposals

SEIA regularly posts requests for proposals (RFPs) and funding opportunity announcements (FOAs) to keep our members informed of business opportunities. Industry RFPs included in our listing are for solar energy generation and renewable energy certificates (RECs).

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.

International Trade
Tuesday, Oct 03, 2017

SEIA Prehearing Remedy Brief

On October 3, 2017, the International Trade Commission held a hearing as part of its process for determining potential remedies in the Section 201 petition filed by Suniva and SolarWorld. 

The data in the spreadsheet below detail solar photovoltaic (PV) projects in Massachusetts, stalled by a failure to extend the state's Net Metering Cap. We organize the data by four separate geographies: county, town, State House district and State Senate district and also provide a full listing of individual projects.

The Honorable Rhonda K. Schmidtlein Chairman U.S. International Trade Commission 500 E Street, SW Washington, DC 20456    RE: Investigation TA-201-75    Dear Chairman Schmidtlein:   

Public Support for Solar: Polling Data
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