SEPA's mission is to support utility integration of solar to the benefit of the utility, its customers and the public good. We envision a future where solar represents a significant portion of the U.S. electricity portfolio while maintaining healthy and vibrant utility and solar industries. 

 

SEPA Prez Brings in the Light (8/20/2014)

Julia Hamm, president and CEO of the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA), opens up the utility industry to the sun—both literally and figuratively.  >>

How Should Utilities Value Solar? (8/4/2014)

Solar is a revenue opportunity utilities can no longer ignore. In the next few years, electricity providers will have to face the question of how solar will fit into their businesses.  >>

Solar Reaching Mainstream for Utilities (7/29/14)

New figures released by the Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) reflect the central role utilities will continue to play in the growth and change of the U.S. solar industry in emerging trends that have been identified as current and future market drivers, according to the organization.  >>

 

Solar Procurement Workshop
Monday, October 20, 2014

Solar Power International
Las Vegas, Nevada   >>

SEPA Membership Breakfast
Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Solar Power International
Las Vegas, Nevada   >>

SEPA 10th Annual Awards Luncheon
Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Solar Power International
Las Vegas, Nevada   >>

SEPA Membership Reception
Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Solar Power International
Las Vegas, Nevada   >>

Key Lessons Learned on the SEPA Executive Fact Finding Mission to Germany
Thursday, October 30, 2014

11am Pacific/2pm Eastern
Estimated duration: 1 hour  >>

 

Expanding Solar Access Through Utility-Led Community Solar

Utilities across the United States are taking a leading role in the spread of community solar projects aimed at expanding access to clean power for customers who, for a variety of reasons, may not want or be able to install solar panels on their roofs.

Utility Solar Market Trends Briefing

Last year was another in a string of perpetually high-growth years for solar deployment. More than 4.2 gigawatts (GW) of new solar capacity was installed at more than 140,000 locations in the U.S., bringing total capacity to 10.5 GW at 450,000 sites (Figure 1).

Utility Solar Market Index

This Snapshot provides an overview of SEPA's 2013 Utility Solar Market Survey. This edition of the Snapshot is presented in an infographic format.