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Joint Comments of SEIA and SI2 on the Electric Power and Renewable Electricity Surveys

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Earlier this year the U.S. Energy Information Administration issued a proposal to update the Electric Power and Renewable Electricity Surveys, forms used to collect information on utility-scale, distributed solar projects, and utility operations. These forms, including form EIA 861, are a critical part of the solar industry’s data collection efforts, and any changes could impact the industry’s ability to effectively catalogue solar installation data.

The Solar and Storage Industries Institute (SI2) submitted joint comments with the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) on updates to the form.

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