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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.

Negotiations are heating up in Congress to finalize a budget reconciliation bill that could include historic policies for the solar and storage industries, including a long-term extension of the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC), major investments in U.S. solar manufacturing and workforce development, and new standalone tax credits for energy storage.

This summer, the Solar Energy Industries Association is advocating for bold federal policies that can transform the U.S. clean energy economy. This can only happen if we keep pressure on Congress to get a deal completed by the August recess.

Federal, State & Regulatory Policy | Tax Policy

The United States solar industry continues to rapidly expand, but outdated interconnection policies pose a major threat to solar and storage deployment across the nation.

Regulatory Policy | Federal, State & Regulatory Policy | Utility-Scale Solar

The Solar Energy Industries Association filed joint comments in response to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Docket No. RM21-17-000) on regional transmission planning, cost allocation, and interconnection for electric generators

Regulatory Policy | Federal, State & Regulatory Policy

Join Solar Ready Vets as we celebrate military veterans who have transitioned into solar careers and discuss how solar companies can attract top military talent through the Solar Ready Vets / Hiring Our Heroes Corporate Fellowship Program.

Webinar Archive | Wednesday, Jun 08, 2022

Mitigating an Unnatural Disaster: Auxin Circumvention Case Update

On June 6, President Biden issued a proclamation providing relief to the solar industry in the Auxin circumvention case. While the case continues, solar cell and module imports from Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam will not be subject to circumvention tariffs for the next two years.