A diverse group of energy industry associations including energy efficiency and storage, natural gas, oil, solar and wind issued the following statement condemning the administration’s draft plan to bail out coal and nuclear plants across the country.
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.
Solar Power International (SPI) and Energy Storage International (ESI) generates success for energy professionals and the global solar industry.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) formally launched at Solar Power International a first-of-its-kind national solar photovoltaic (PV) recycling program to cement the sustainability of the U.S. solar industry.
If you’re looking to do business in New York, this is your event. Solar Power New York, the premier event for solar professionals in the Empire State, will feature a robust schedule of topics highlighting solar policy updates, regional trends, along with opportunities to network with other companies from this top-10 solar market.
Today, the White House announced a truly groundbreaking initiative called Clean Energy Savings for All Americans. This program aims to increase access to solar energy across communities of all income levels and geographies, so that no matter where you live, if you have a sunny roof, you have the chance to go solar. And the Administration did so by providing a bevy of options that move renewables and solar forward significantly.
Following is a comment by Tom Kimbis, acting president of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) on the agreement by the United States, Mexico and Canada to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by relying on clean energy sources for 50 percent of electricity generation by 2025
Following is a statement from Dan Whitten, vice president of communications for the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), on federal judges’ rejection of efforts to block states from developing plans under EPA's carbon rule for existing power plants.