Solar Plus Team

The Solar Plus project brings together agencies and organizations representing utilities, environmental justice, renewable energy advocates, government, and the solar industry. Project members collaborate to develop and implement strategies that enhance solar adoption as well as to build energy equity and resiliency.

The Solar Plus initiative is powered by the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO). Through State Energy Strategies (SES), project teams will benefit states at two phases in the solar energy planning process: during the creation of solar deployment targets and identification of strategies to achieve these goals, and then during the implementation of these strategies. Solar Plus is one of 17 teams participating in this program.

Solar Plus Project Work Teams

The Solar Plus initiative is a three year project.  The first year stakeholders convened to formulate strategies for to meet their goals.  Work teams were established and scopes of work defined.  The second year implementation began.

  • Community Solar
  • Community and Grid Resilience
  • Neighborhood Energy Planning
  • Group Purchase
  • Workforce & Economic Development

Project Facilitation

Advocacy, Education & Environmental Justice Partners

Utility Partners

Industry Partners

Government Agency Partners

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