Missouri Solar Energy Industries Association
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Senate Bill 564, officially signed into law June 1st, includes new solar rebate provisions. The new law becomes effective on August 28, 2018. The solar rebates provided for in the law are only available to systems that become operational on or after January 1,...
Grid Modernization Bill Passes Creating More Solar Jobs in Missouri On a 125-20 vote May 16, the Missouri House passed a bill that had cleared the Missouri Senate after a filibuster in February. It now heads to the governor’s desk. The bill, termed 'grid...
Andy Rondon, Sales Manager/Technical Sales of Good Energy Solutions, was just notified that he passed his NABCEP® exam! He has earned the solar industry’s leading recognition of technical sales expertise from the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners...
The 2018 Missouri Solar Leadership Awards Dinner and industry networking social will be held October 24, 2018 at The Club at Old Hawthorne, Columbia, Missouri. The social will begin at 5:00pm followed by the Leadership Awards dinner.
The Trump administration announced its decision on the 201/case by imposing solar tariffs. The decision calls for: Tariff of 30% in first year with 5% decline each subsequent year The first 2.5 gigawatts of imported solar cells will be exempt from the safeguard tariff...