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CALSEIA is now the California Solar & Storage Association

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018

Having been active in CALSEIA for over 35 years, as a board of director and 4 terms as President, I’m excited to announce a name change to California Solar & Storage Association. This name change is progress for our industry and our state. Please see the letter explaining why from Executive… Read more

AB 797 passes! Incentives are extended for solar thermal technologies.

Friday, May 19th, 2017

We’re happy to announce an extension of  incentives for solar thermal technologies.  This helps Sun Light & Power and all of California to reduce natural gas and reduce greenhouse gases. We thank the Assembly for hard work and doing their part for our planet and citizens. Check out the Press… Read more

Support Solar Thermal – Call now

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

Help support Solar Thermal! The CA legislature is back in session this week, and AB2460 is being discussed in Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday.  Your local voice is critical! This bill will extend the CSIT rebate for another 5 years. Please take 2-3 minutes to call the members of the Senate Appropriations… Read more

We need your calls today to protect AB 2339

Thursday, May 26th, 2016

Please read this action alert from CALSEIA AB 2339 (Irwin) is on the chopping block thanks to opposition from labor unions and utilities. Assembly member Lorena Gonzalez, Chair of Appropriations Committee, and Speaker Anthony Rendon need to hear from your company IMMEDIATELY.  Asm Lorena Gonzalez, Chair Appropriations: 916-319-2080 Speaker Anthony Rendon: 916-319-2063… Read more

Sun Light & Power supports raising minimum wage!

Thursday, January 21st, 2016

Our own Gary Gerber joins California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee in the delivery of more than 600,000 voter signatures to qualify the Fair Wage Act of 2016 on the ballot. SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Sun Light… Read more

Solar professionals visit the Capitol for help

Thursday, August 20th, 2015

Solar Worker Day at the Capitol

Rate changes, the threat to Net Metering and the expiration of the ITC pose danger to the solar industry, solar customers, and our jobs! Sun Light & Power joined hundreds of passionate solar industry professionals at the Capitol Tuesday for ‪#‎SolarWorkerDay‬. Check out a video here:… We were heard and the… Read more

Encouraging news on A-6 Tariff for solar

Thursday, July 23rd, 2015

We are encouraged by the news that the CPUC just put a hold on the decision on the PG&E rate case that includes changes to the A-6 rate. The proposed decision had been scheduled for a vote tomorrow, but is now scheduled for the August 13 meeting! This points to the… Read more

Please act immediately! At PG&E’s Behest, the CPUC is Poised to Scale Back the A-6 Tariff, the Last Standing “Solar Friendly” Rate for Businesses and Schools in California.

Monday, July 13th, 2015

These changes will greatly diminish the solar savings currently available to small and medium sized businesses, municipal buildings, and especially schools. Act immediately! Just a few short weeks ago the CPUC came out with a proposed decision (PD) based on PG&E’s request to severely limit the applicability of the extremely… Read more

Solar Hot Water News

Monday, January 26th, 2015

The CPUC is scheduled to vote this Thursday on CALSEIA’s  petition to increase incentive levels in the CSI-Thermal program. CALSEIA says they are most excited about improved business opportunities for solar water heating systems on multifamily housing. They proposed increasing incentives by 39 percent for these customers!’ Did you know our solar water… Read more

State Policy Update

Thursday, September 18th, 2014

California has long been the nation’s leader in promoting the adoption of solar energy. What happens in the U.S. first happens right here. This year’s cycle of state legislation is just drawing to a close, and solar energy as usual had some nice wins and few losses. *This content consists of… Read more

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