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On-Demand Briefing: On-Site Solar Power Policies and Incentives: Where's the Money?

  • ID: 1605428
  • March 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 48 Pages
  • AltaTerra Research

When you purchase this on-demand briefing you will receive: the presentation slides in PDF format and online access to a recording of the live event. Information for accessing the recording is included on the first page of the presentation slides.

Presenters: Eric Paul, Analyst, AltaTerra Research
Jeffery Wolfe, CEO, groSolar
Matt Horowitz, Government Affairs Manager, Solar Energy Industry Association


For most companies and organizations considering rooftop or other on-site solar in the U.S. today, government economic incentives strongly influence when, how, and whether or not to "go solar" at a particular facility. For solar product and service providers, the state and federal policy environment is crucial to determining which markets will be the most active.

In California and New Jersey, advantageous policies have stimulated the creation of the two largest solar markets in the United States. Now other states are beginning to follow suit--including Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Massachusetts, New York, and North Carolina.

In this online briefing, Eric Paul, analyst at AltaTerra Research, opens the session with an overview READ MORE >

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Welcome and Introductions
On-site Distributed vs. Large Centralized
On-site Policies and Incentives
Direct Cash Incentives
Tax Incentives
Renewable Portfolio Standards
Net Metering
Power Purchase Agreements
Market Growth and Solar Policies
Project Criteria
Performance Guarantees
Bid or Negotiate?
Speed of Change
Portfolio Review
US Solar Market: The View from Washington
World's Largest Solar Markets
Solar Trade Assessment
Solar Ready to Go Big
Estimated Solar Industry "Revenue"
Annual Growth of US Solar Electric Capacity Additions
PV Installations in 2010
Trends in PV System Prices
Solar Water Heating Growth
CSP Outlook
Policy Priorities
Washington Update
Growing Diversity
US States with more than 10 MW of PV Installations
PV Manufacturing Across the Country
Washington Update

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