SEPA's educational webinars feature U.S. and international experts presenting timely insights and exploration into utility, solar and policy topics. These one-hour monthly webinars are highly praised by our members and include the opportunity to ask questions of the expert speakers. SEPA webinars keep you on top of important issues with no cost and little time commitment.  

SEPA webinars are recorded and available at no cost to SEPA members and for purchase by non-members. All registered attendees receive a recording of the webinar following the event. 

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Upcoming webinars
WEBINAR  October 27, 2016
Asset Management: Solar Plant Development from Planning through Commissioning

11am Pacific/2pm Eastern | Estimated duration: 60 minutes

Successful project development requires the right partners and numerous smart choices- join SEPA, Trina Solar, Duke Energy, and FLS Energy for a webinar case study and candid discussion on best practices and lessons learned in the development of large-scale photovoltaic projects. Attendees will hear from industry leaders -solar, EPC and utility - about optimization, challenges around large-scale project deployment, and how future projects will incorporate additional technology to increase solar efficiency. Asset Management: Solar Plant Development from Planning through Commissioning is the first webinar in a two-part series focused on utility asset management. The second part of this series, will focus on everything from plant operation through decommissioning - stay tuned!   learn more >

WEBINAR  November 3, 2016
Delivering C&I Energy Services Via Capabilities-Driven Strategy

11am Pacific/2pm Eastern | Estimated duration: 60 minutes

As more solution providers enter the market with a variety of bundled C&I energy service offerings, many challenges remain. Perhaps the largest question looming over the industry concerns how to balance competing customer needs while successfully delivering C&I services. The answer? Among other things, it likely involves the development of a capabilities-driven strategy.  learn more >

WEBINAR  December 1, 2016
Effective Customer Strategies for Community Solar

11am Pacific/2pm Eastern | Estimated duration: 60 minutes

It's a fact: Americans love solar, but even though the cost of solar has dropped dramatically over the last several years, many customers still can't afford a traditional rooftop solar array, don't control their rooftops due to renting, or are still in the dark when it comes to knowledge regarding community solar. Utilities and solar providers alike know that community solar can fill a significant need in the marketplace, but may not know what their customers really want.   learn more >