SEIA produces a variety of research and supporting resources for the solar industry, ranging from full reports to short factsheets. This data helps inform policymakers and business leaders alike on the current state of solar and where the industry is headed.
The International Trade Commission is seeking responses to a questionnaire that will inform their decision on continuing the Section 201 tariffs on imported solar cells and panels stemming from Suniva’s 2017 petition. 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.
SolarAPP+ is a collaborative effort from the Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, SEIA, solar installers and local governments to accelerate rooftop solar adoption. This innovative platform makes it easier for Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs) to quickly and safely approve standardized rooftop PV projects for installation.
Local governments have tremendous influence on the pace of solar energy growth in their municipalities, but unnecessary paperwork, red tape, and other burdensome requirements increase installation costs and discourage solar market growth.
In response to a petition filed by a group of unnamed companies to expand existing antidumping and countervailing dutied (AD/CVD) on solar imports, SEIA sent a letter to Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo expressing the industry's strong opposition to this petition and the adverse impact that additional import duties could have on clean energy deployment in the United States.
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A group of lawmakers, led by Representatives Blumenauer, Levin, Barragán, McEachin and Crow, sent a letter to House leadership urging them to ensure clean energy tax provisions are included in the upcoming infrastructure package.