SEPA Offers New Resources for Solar Power Stakeholders

To help utilities rise to the challenge of adopting solar power at a large scale, the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) unveiled a new web portal and database last week at Solar Power International.

SEPA says that its new site lets utilities explore options, find resources and think strategically about how their utility peers across the country are moving forward.

The site aims to help utilities make business decisions about solar power by providing “intelligent navigation” of industry reports, events, online tools and market data that can be filtered by technology, application and employee type, SEPA said. Highlights include the Solar Toolkit, a one-stop window into the site’s technical content.

The site also offers data and maps on the largest solar projects, as well as streaming online webinars from past SEPA events.

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