Make your visit to California Solar Expo even more productive by attending SEIA’s Annual Codes & Standards Symposium. This is your opportunity to keep current on the on-going development and completion cycles of the relevant requirements and to help shape the future of solar regulations to keep solar a viable and thriving market.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has officially launched two working groups that will be open to the entire association’s membership.
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.
The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) announced today that it has hired Evelyn Butler to run the trade association’s Codes & Standards work.
Open Energy Information has a webpage of summaries and flowcharts to navigate solar regulations and permitting. The webpage informs users on land use, land access, power plant, transmission siting and construction, and water use regulations at the Federal level, as well as State level, for California and Nevada.
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration recently released a new rule for protecting workers involved in power generation, transmission, and distribution, in both the practices and the electrical protective equipment used by employers and employees.
Solar power is one of the cleanest, safest, and most abundant domestic energy sources available. In addition to helping power our homes, schools, and businesses, the U.S. solar industry strives to be a leader in sustainability among energy producers by ensuring environmental and social responsibility along the entire solar supply chain.
What is apparent during the time we've been here in Copenhagen representing the U.S. solar industry is that the renewable energy industry has become a force in the climate debate. No longer are we relying on the environmental community to carry our message (which they have done well in the past).