The Forecast for Solar

February 16, 2022

Currently responsible for just 2% of net generation, the U.S. solar industry has grown slowly over the last decade but could see rapid growth in the coming years. This webinar will examine obstacles and opportunities in the sector, relevant state and federal policies, and what new technologies could mean for the future of the industry.

Michael K. Dorsey
Co-Founding Partner,
IberSun, North America
Discussion Lead
Marilyn A. Brown
Regents’ Professor,
School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology
Garrett Nilsen
Acting Director, Solar Energy Technologies Office, U.S. Department of Energy
Jeff Weiss
Executive Chairman,
Distributed Sun

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