Solar Consumer Protection Workshop
May 17, 2018
8:00am — 4:30pm CST
Through the Sustainable Solar Education Project, CESA conducted a full-day, in-person workshop on solar consumer protection. The workshop helped state officials identify and implement solar consumer protection strategies. The workshop explored a variety of solar consumer protection issues from improper solar system installation to misleading solar savings projections. Participants engaged leading experts and peers from across the country in discussions on state strategies to promote solar consumer protection. Discussions examined community solar consumer protection, solar contract disclosure requirements, the incorporation of quality assurances into program design, and more.
Workshop attendees: We ask that you please fill out a post-workshop evaluation form by Friday, June 1. Travel reimbursement for attendees is contingent upon submission of an evaluation form.
- Solar Consumer Protection Introductory Workshop Slides (Clean Energy States Alliance)
- State Solar Contract Disclosure Requirements (Clean Energy States Alliance)
- Guidance for Third-Party Solar Projects (State of Vermont Office of the Attorney General)
- Resources on Renewable Energy Credits and Consumer Protection
- Solar Consumer Protection Resources (Clean Energy States Alliance)
This workshop was conducted through CESA’s Sustainable Solar Education Project, which provides information and educational resources to state and municipal officials on strategies to ensure distributed solar electricity remains consumer friendly and benefits low- and moderate-income households. The Sustainable Solar Education Project is funded through the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office.
Related Project(s): Sustainable Solar Education Project