In addition to the development of reports and webinars, the Sustainable Solar Education Project is now entering its next phase to provide in-person training workshops and presentations aimed at state employees with responsibility for implementing solar policies and programs. The first in-person workshop will take place in Washington, DC on June 14th and will focus on “Bringing the Benefits of Solar to Low- and Moderate-Income (LMI) Residents.” Participants will be chosen from an application process and will engage with leading experts and attendees from across the country in discussions on financing for LMI solar, using community solar to advance solar for LMI households, solar+storage as a strategy to reduce the cost of LMI solar, and harnessing existing poverty and housing programs for solar. State employees from any state are welcome to apply and travel assistance is available. For more information about this workshop or to apply, click here. Other in-person workshops and an online course will be offered over the coming year.