The US Solar Energy Industries Association has launched a nationwide consumer education campaign in an effort to inform and protect solar consumers with the fundamentals of solar, while also further simplifying the process of choosing to go solar.
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Originally published on CleanTechnica by Joshua S Hill The United States solar market had its biggest year to date in 2016, growing a phenomenal 95%, installing a fantastic 14.5 gigawatts of new solar capacity, according to new statistics released today. The latest US Solar Market Insight report from GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) […]
The SEIA has created a Solar Purchase Disclosure form that allows homeowners to clearly understand and compare the terms and conditions of any rooftop solar proposal.
The US Solar Energy Industries Association announced last week the launch of the SEIA Finance Initiative, intended to open investment and finance innovation. Launched on September 11, the US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) revealed that it would be launching the SEIA Finance Initiative to not only open investment and financial innovation in the US solar industry, […]
The US solar industry installed 1,393 MW of solar PV in the second quarter of 2015, pushing the country’s total cumulative capacity past 20 GW. The news comes courtesy of the new Q2 2015 US Solar Market Insight Report, published by GTM Research and the US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). Published on Tuesday, the report highlighted […]
The EnergySage Marketplace is a one stop online resource that answers all the questions consumers typically have about getting a rooftop solar system.
The US Solar Energy Industries Association has applauded Alabama Power’s proposal to install up to 500 MW renewable energy generation, the organization just announced in an email to Solar Love. Also posted on its website, the US Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has urged the Alabama Public Service Commission (PSC) to approve the proposal put forth by […]
Solar power costs have come down so much in recent years that going solar is a no-brainer money-maker for millions of people. That increasingly includes low- and moderate-income people as well as rich people. Affordable solar power seems as abundant and as popular as ice cream these days. However, there’s no denying it: rich people have […]
Now employing more workers than tech giants Google, Apple, Facebook, and Twitter combined, the Solar Energy Industries Association reports that state tax incentives are spurring significant growth in the solar market. As of 2014, nearly 175,000 employees in the US solar market have installed a total of 20 GW of solar energy capacity, 32% of […]
Solar power is making huge gains in places that are naturally conducive to drawing energy from the sun, like California, Texas, and Arizona. A state like Indiana doesn’t seem like the kind of place where solar power would be making major inroads, but for the second year in a row the Hoosier State has exceeded […]