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SEIA is working to ensure that consumer protection is at the forefront of the solar industry. We are developing resources designed to safeguard customer rights, providing a forum for members of the press, governments and other stakeholders to access materials relevant to consumer protection, and establishing pro-competitive guidelines for the solar industry to enhance consumer protection.

As part of these ongoing efforts, we have developed a powerful suite of resources, and are delivering them to governors, attorneys general, state consumer advocates, public utility commissions, solar companies, financial institutions, lead generators, federal agencies and other organizations nationwide.

Click here to download SEIA's factsheet on Consumer Protection issues. 

 

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If you are a member of the press and would like to speak with a SEIA spokesperson about consumer protection issues, please contact SEIA at 202-682-0556 or email consumer@seia.org

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