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What is Community Solar and the Implications from U.S. Inflation Reduction Act?
The interests of electricity users in renewable energy, particularly solar energy, has increased significantly over the past decade, primarily driven by the need to reduce energy costs, achieve energy independence and fight climate change. Community solar, which is a system that allows customers to buy or lease part of an off-site or on-site shared solar system, has emerged as one of the most important ways through which communities, businesses, and municipalities in the developed world can access the benefits of renewable energy. Community solar development is not dependent on the physical attributes and ownership status of an electricity user's building, which is one of the key factors in favour of this solar energy deployment model. It has resulted in 3.3 gigawatts in installed capacity of community solar in the United States as of 2021 and is expanding rapidly.

This informative webinar will explore the importance, growth, and impending challenges to developing community solar projects. We will also explore the potential impact of state and federal incentives, credits, and policies, particularly those in the recently passed Inflation Reduction Act in the United States.

Panellists:
Jenny Heeter, Modeling & Analysis Group Manager at NREL
Sarah Moon, Senior Director of Community Solar Origination at DSD Renewables
Emily Tokarowski, Vice President of Marketing at Neighborhood Sun
Ardi Arian, President and CEO of Renewable America

Moderator:
Kevin Osborne, Project Manager and Software Developer, Cenergy Power

Agenda (PST):
2:30-2:35PM: EIN Introduction
2:35-2:50PM: Panel and speaker introduction (3 minutes per speaker)
2:50-3:40PM: panel discussion with moderator-led questions
3:40-4:00PM: Q&A Session

Nov 2, 2022 02:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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