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SEIA produces a variety of research and supporting resources for the solar industry, ranging from full reports to short factsheets. This data helps inform policymakers and business leaders alike on the current state of solar and where the industry is headed.

Tomorrow, join SEIA staff and other industry experts for a new installment of SEIA’s Summer Webinar Series: Solar Leading the Recovery. As federal, state, and local governments explore policies to stimulate the economy and create jobs in the face of the COVID-19 crisis, one thing is clear—solar is ready to lead.

Cybersecurity attacks are increasingly being used to undermine the secure supply of electricity – and regulators are paying attention. In this webinar, we will explore the current threat landscape, new policy initiatives to improve cybersecurity, and how both distributed and utility-scale solar can implement a strong cyber program.

Webinar Archive | Wednesday, Jun 24, 2020

Codes & Standards 101 Webinar Series

Next Level Solar Electrical Requirements: What’s New for Solar & Storage in the 2020 Edition of the National Electrical Code

Webinar Archive | Monday, Jun 22, 2020

Summer Webinar Series: Solar Leading the Recovery - Part 1

Tomorrow, join SEIA President and CEO Abigail Ross Hopper for a deep dive into SEIA's vision for how the solar industry can lead our nation's economic recovery. This webinar will also feature an update on trade and domestic manufacturing from John Smirnow, General Counsel and Vice President of Market Strategy at SEIA.

Tomorrow, join SEIA staff experts and special guests for the final broadcast of the COVID-19 Solar Industry Impact Webinar Series. These important weekly presentations serve to update participants on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the U.S.

SEIA filed comments on June 15 arguing against policies requested by the New England Rate Payers Association (NERA). SEIA's comments state that jurisdiction over net metering rests with the states and local regulatory bodies and granting a petition to have the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulate retail programs would represent an unlawful federal power grab.

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