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2016 SOLAR CHAMPION
Knox County

TenneSEIA awarded the "2016 SOLAR CHAMPION AWARD" to Knox County
at the reception following the organization’s annual meeting
at the Bradley, Arant, Boult Cummings, LLP office in Nashville. (Photo: John Bowers)

SOLAR INNOVATION
EV Charging Station

With the advent of electric vehicle production in the United States, a need for innovative
EV Charging Stations like this one (NISSAN Plant - Lightwave Solar), is ample evidence
of the value in harnessing solar energy from the sun.

"Our mission is to make solar energy a mainstream energy source and realize the full potential of the Solar Industry in the state of Tennessee." - TenneSEIA Executive Committee & Board Members

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Knox County honored as 2016 TenneSEIA Solar Champion

The Tennessee Solar Energy Industries Association (TenneSEIA), awarded the 2016 Solar Champion Award yesterday to Knox County, at the reception following the organization’s annual meeting at the Bradley, Arant, Boult Cummings, LLP office in Nashville.  
“TenneSEIA is proud to present our 2016 Solar Champion Award to Knox County for its leadership in solar within the local government community” said TenneSEIA Vice President Steve Johnson...

Kingsport Power Public Hearing – March 31

A public meeting has been announced for the proposed Kingsport Power net-metering policy. Please attend the upcoming public meeting and speak out against the oppressive changes Kingsport has proposed to its net-metering policy. The public meeting in Kingsport will be held on March 31, 2016 from 8:00 am EDT to 10:00 am EDT at the Kingsport Center for Higher Education.
Please plan to attend, if you can, so that the Tennessee Regulatory Authority hears the voice of Tennessee’s solar advocates.

GTM Research: U.S. Investment Tax Credit extension would increase solar PV installations 54% through 2020 - SolarServer

"The impact will be most pronounced in the utility-scale sector, where ITC extension will increase deployments 73 percent through 2020.
Given price trends in the utility solar sector, the five-year ITC extension will likely result in utility-scale solar contracts being signed for less than 4 cents per kilowatt-hour regularly over the next two years,” said Cory Honeyman, Senior Analyst at GTM Research."

Energy Efficiency & Solar: The Leading Customer-Based Resources

Dr. Marilyn Brown, the Brook Byers Professor of Sustainable Systems at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Public Policy, was the keynote speaker at the 2015 TenneSEIA Annual Meeting.
The 2007 Nobel Peace Prize co-recipient for her work on the report on the Mitigation of Climate Change, talked to members and guests about how solar can be a leading customer-based resource. See her full presentation by clicking on the Read More link below.


2016 SOLAR CHAMPION


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2016 Solar Champion - Knox County with TennSEIA Executive Committee and Board Members

The Tennessee Solar Energy Industries Association (TenneSEIA), awarded the 2016 Solar Champion Award yesterday to Knox County, at the reception following the organization’s annual meeting at the Bradley, Arant, Boult Cummings, LLP office in Nashville. “TenneSEIA is proud to present our Solar Champion Award to Knox County for its leadership in solar within the local government community” said TenneSEIA Vice President Steve Johnson. “Knox County is a leader within government organizations in furthering the advancement of solar penetration in the state and ‘moving the needle’ in terms of innovative solar project models that benefit the school system and taxpayers.” 

2016 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD


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2016 Lifetime Achievement Award - Dean Solan from Shoals Technologies Group

"TenneSEIA presented its 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award to Dean Solan from Shoals Technologies Group. Under Dean’s leadership over the past decade Shoals has continued to increase its market share and stands today as a torch bearer in the United States renewable energy industry, exporting its products all over the world, including the dynamic and challenging Chinese market. Perhaps even more impressive than these credentials is the impact Shoals has had on the local community, as the company has grown to become the 2nd largest employer in Sumner County." 

Annual Meeting Sponsors

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Bradley Arant Boult Cummings

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Lightwave Solar

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Silicon Ranch Corporation

three

McCarthy Building

three

VISSOLIS

three

E.ON.

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Energy Source Partners


CONTACT INFO:
Membership Inquiries: Luke Wilkinson

Email: Luke Wilkinson   -   Tel: 615.577.4611

Membership Dues: Michael Morosi

Treasurer   -   PO Box 330478 Nashville TN 37203

Business Address: TenneSEIA / Matt Beasley

150 3rd Ave. S, Ste 2000 Nashville TN 37201

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