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SEIA Webinar Archive

SEIA Members have access to recordings of all our past webinars covering a variety of topics.

The solar industry stands to benefit from a more diverse, robust and resilient workforce as we continue to emerge from COVID19 disruptions and expand our industry’s role as a mainstream part of the American energy sector. Veterans and transitioning service members have the leadership experience and critical thinking skills that are essential in today’s fast-changing world.

Webinar Archive | Tuesday, Sep 29, 2020

Scaling SolarAPP+ Nationwide: Demo and Outreach Strategy

SolarAPP+ (Solar Automated Permit Processing) is an online solar permitting tool that will make the process of going solar easier and cheaper for customers, and allow local governments to quickly and safely approve applications. Join this free webinar to see a live demo of the program, hear an update on its development, and learn how you can get involved.

Webinar Archive | Monday, Sep 28, 2020

SEIA Codes & Standards Symposium

Join codes & standards professionals the 4th annual SEIA Codes & Standards Symposium! Our experts will provide insight into the transition to new and improved building and energy codes that impact solar installation, identifying key considerations for designers, engineers, marketers, and policy professionals. ​​​

Webinar Archive | Friday, Aug 07, 2020

Catching Up With Solar PV Structural Requirements

This webinar will cover structural-related updates to the 2018 International Building Code (IBC), 2018 International Residential Code (IRC), and referenced structural standard ASCE 7-16; these requirements went into effect this past January and may soon or have been adopted in many jurisdictions.

As Americans continue to grapple with a long overdue reckoning on racial injustice and inequality, the solar industry must ensure that the clean energy transition addresses environmental justice concerns and supports communities that have been historically left behind.

Solar and storage companies have developed a growing interest in receiving compensation for reactive power in projects across the United States.