GTM Research, Vote Solar, GRID Alternatives, and the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA) discuss the community solar market and pathways for community solar adoption nationwide by 2030.
Join SEIA, Vote Solar, and GRID Alternatives to learn about the newest edition of the Low-Income Solar Policy guides, with new insights, policy guidance, and tools for making solar truly for all.
Solar energy has many benefits, and the industry makes positive contributions to the U.S. economy in a variety of ways. We've gathered some of these benefits, along with some basic information about the growth of solar, into a comprehensive set of talking points.
In great news for New York’s solar industry, the state is now welcoming community solar projects of up to five megawatts— a significant increase from the previous two megawatt cap.
Each year, The Solar Foundation releases its National Solar Jobs Census, a report that tracks employment in the U.S. solar industry. It is the most comprehensive analysis of the solar labor market in the United States, and is a critical resource in educating policymakers and the general public about the economic impact of solar energy.