Solar and Storage Industries Institute starts yearlong project to reform large-scale interconnection practices

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On May 4th, the Solar and Storage Industries Institute (SI2) announced the launch of a new one-year project on major interconnect reform. Founded last May, SI2 is dedicated to accelerating clean energy adoption through research, public education initiatives and policy analysis.

David Gahl, executive director of the Solar and Storage Industries Institute, said: “In the first year, we have built a strong foundation to address a range of challenges facing the industry. develop and promote

This one-year project on large-scale interconnections will help develop interconnection reform recommendations for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and regional transmission agencies.

Abigail Ross Hopper, President and CEO of SEIA and Chairman of the Board of SI2, said: “SI2 is ushering in a new era of solar and storage opportunities and advancements that are stronger than ever. We look forward to an important undertaking.”

Over the past year, SI2 has highlighted some of the most pressing issues facing the solar and storage industry, including land use concerns, interconnect failures, outdated tariff designs, and workforce development to build a clean energy future economy. We have worked to address some of the challenges we faced.

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