New census figures from the Solar Foundation show that US solar industry grew by 5,600 jobs last year, reaching nearly a quarter of a million positions across the nation.
Green light for the Virginia Clean Economy Act at the state assembly marks legislative progress, bringing law mandating 100% carbon-free electricity by mid-century one step closer.
SEIA and ACORE slam December decision by federal energy watchdog to reform pricing rules of interstate electric grid PJM's pricing system, claiming it will discriminate against clean energy generators.
The US residential PV market reached new heights in Q3 2019, Facebook will benefit from a new PV project in Georgia and more.
Tariffs introduced to imported solar cells and modules have caused “devastating harm” to the US solar industry, new analysis compiled by the Solar Energy Industries Association has claimed.
Order on low rates and short contract terms makes new PV projects in Dominion territory 'unfeasible', says SEIA.
US solar industry trade body, SEIA has successfully won a temporary restraining order (TRO) on the withdrawal of the Section 201 import tariffs exemption to the importation on bifacial solar modules.
Ahead of Solar Power International 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has set a roadmap to achieving several key goals for the PV industry over the next 10 years.
FERC proposals to revise 40-year-old PURPA act would only further cement utilities’ ‘monopoly status’ and harm customers, US solar industry warns.
SEIA and WoodMac predictions of 17% jump in US-wide roll-out by end of 2019 come as Ikea's parent firm unveils investment in 403MW duo in Texas, Utah.
Regulator MPSC approves settlement of dispute with Consumers Energy but solar reps believe underlying PURPA act must be enforced to stop further utility dominance.
Supply deal signed between Consumers Energy and developer for latter's River Fork Solar in Calhoun County still awaiting all-clear from the Michigan Public Service Commission.
Exempting utilities from mandatory procurement under 41-year-old PURPA law risks further harming independent producers and consumers, says PV body as it proposes way forward.
PV body SEIA urges Michigan regulator to green-light deal that would clear way for 400 developments, paralysed amid stand-off with public utility.
A new report from the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) speaks volumes about the level of commitment that corporate giants have made to embrace PV energy both in the present and especially moving forward.