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OurEnergyPolicy Webinar Summary - The Forecast for Solar

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This webinar summary recaps our solar webinar that took place in February 2022. Experts discussed obstacles and opportunities in the sector, relevant state and federal policies, and what new technology could mean for the future of the industry.

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Matt Chester on Mar 2, 2022

Programs like DOE's SolarAPP+ have the potential to help standardize information at the local level, helping to automate processing that jurisdictions can opt into, helping to compile data, and helping to connect stakeholders.

This seems particularly exciting. With the patchwork of jurisdictions, it really does seem like sometimes there is red tape just for the sake of having red tape, so anything that can be done in the big picture to lower the inertia to new solar projects will be critical in the coming years. 

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