A national scorecard released today by IREC grades the nearly 20 state shared renewable energy programs (aka community renewables or community solar).
Earlier this month, IREC’s leadership role in an important California ruling shed light on just how critical our independent voice is to sustaining clean energy progress for the benefit of consumers, as well as the growing clean energy industry.
We’re inviting prominent national and state clean energy influencers to lead thought-provoking expert panels and targeted outcome-driven discussions in Washington, D.C. in March 2019.
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Join IREC’s regulatory program director, Sara Baldwin Auck, IREC’s regulatory engineer, Brian Lydic, and other industry experts at two timely sessions next week in Anaheim.
Join us in D.C. in March 2019 when prominent national and state clean energy influencers will lead thought-provoking expert panels and targeted outcome-driven discussions of the pillar policies, practices and workforce training necessary to enable many more Americans to benefit from clean energy.
A new guide from IREC offers national insight to help local governments, housing providers, utilities and other stakeholders better understand the possible pathways to ensure more renters and other multifamily residents can benefit from solar.
Join us on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 in San Francisco at Intersolar North America when we honor our 2018 3iAwards winners for excellence in renewable energy and energy efficiency.
What’s working and what’s not working with interconnection in the Southeast and across the country? Join IREC and SEIA at Solar Power Southeast in Atlanta on May 14, 1:00-4:30 and find out!
With more than 1.6 million solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in the U.S. today, and a growth rate that puts us on track for 1 million new installations annually by 2025, it becomes more likely every day that a first responder might pull up to fight a kitchen fire and find the building is powered by the sun.