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Policy Event |

Reforming Wholesale Electricity Markets for a Clean Energy Future

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and the Wind Solar Alliance are convening a panel discussion the morning of Monday, February 11, 2019. The breakfast event will be held on-site at the Washington Renaissance Hotel.  

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Solar Power Event |

Solar Power Northeast

Solar Power Northeast (#SolarNE) is the largest forum in the Northeast for the solar and energy storage industries to come together and learn about the sustainable energy trends and legislation impacting grid resilience and electric reliability in the region. This event will feature three tracks of education plus, extensive networking opportunities.

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Webinar |

Bringing Solar to Non-Profits and Other Tax-Exempt Entities

This webinar will address financing options and tools that are paving the way for more solar on churches, community centers, schools, other non-profits, and municipalities.

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Webinar |

U.S. - China Solar Trade Update (SEIA Members Only)

While the U.S. and China continue negotiations to resolve the countries’ broader trade dispute, managing the U.S.-China solar supply chain is becoming increasingly complicated for U.S. companies. To help members better navigate this shifting landscape, SEIA’s in-house trade expert John Smirnow will present a one-hour webinar focused on pending antidumping and countervailing duty proceedings, Section 201 and 301 tariffs, U.S. Customs enforcement, and potential trade-related implications of U.S. cybersecurity initiatives.

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Solar Power Event |

Solar Power New York

Tapping into one of the top 10 solar markets, Solar Power New York is the event for solar policy updates and opportunities to network with regional companies for New York State.

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Webinar |

Inclusive Solar Financing for Low Income Solar

This webinar will discuss a framework that policymakers, advocates, the solar industry, community groups, and financial organizations can use to think more broadly about ways to achieve greater equity as the nation transitions to a cleaner energy economy.

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