As the 116th Congress nears the end of its final session, members of both parties have prioritized legislation that will help stimulate the U.S. economy during the COVID-19 crisis and provide much-needed relief to American families. As with past efforts from Washington in 2020, the negotiations are moving quickly and could include a variety of different provisions. Join SEIA experts and D.C.
Are you a military veteran or transitioning service member looking for an exciting career in a growing industry with a bright future? Are you a veteran working in the solar industry but looking to advance in your career? If so, please join us on November 19th, 2020 for a solar career connection building experience!
From local and state elections to the race for the presidency, the 2020 election has tremendous consequences for the future of energy and climate policy in the United States. With a new administration set to take over in 2021, SEIA recently outlined its vision for clean energy policies that will help solar reach 20% of generation by 2030 and accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy.
SEIA’s Solar Goes Corporate is a forum to discuss how businesses can effectively procure, deploy, and invest in clean energy technologies such as solar and battery storage.
The Interstate Renewable Energy Council, together with a team of partners, including SEIA, is leading the 3-year project, which is funded by the Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office. Join the November 10th webinar to learn about critical storage interconnection barriers and share your input on the issues identified.
Join SEIA's SSC Division for a night of clean energy trivia! Think you know it all? Prove it! Create a team and test your knowledge of clean energy, politics, and pop culture for a chance to win Amazon gift cards! This event is sponsored by Nautilus Solar.