The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) has finalized its monthly phone seminar series for the first half of 2009, covering topics ranging from utilities and solar tax credits to feed-in tariffs to the reliability of photovoltaic systems.
The live courses, which will begin at 11 a.m. Eastern (U.S.) time, feature a 40-45-minute presentation from solar industry experts, followed by a 10-15-minute Q&A session for audience participants.
The seminars–free to SEPA members and qualified media–carry a $125 fee for nonmembers. Online registration is available, and the seminars will be recorded and archived for future access.
The dates and topics of the seminars are as follows:
- Jan. 26: “Utilities and the Solar Tax Credit”
- Feb. 12: “Feed-in Tariffs: The Good, the Bad, and What Utilities Need to Know”
- March 19: “German Solar Markets–How Does the U.S. Solar Market Compare?”
- Apr. 23: “2008 Solar Market Year in Review”
- May 21: “Hybrid Configurations: Adding CST to Fossil Fuel Power Plants”
- June 25: “Reliability of PV Systems – How Long Can We Expect Them to Last?”
For more info, check solarelectricpower.org