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AriSEIA's News You Can Use
June 17, 2021
Dear members,

As the dog days of summer are upon us, I hope that you are all finding ways to keep cool. Speaking of cool, through one of our newest AriSEIA members, Ohm Analytics, we will now be able to bring our membership once a month information on the permitting trends that are being seen in Arizona.

"Ohm Analytics’ solar market intelligence platform is a powerful tool for the industry that is used by leading installers, OEMs, distributors and financial firms. In Arizona, Ohm aggregates data from dozens of sources and, as an AriSEIA member, you can access the platform for free by signing up HERE.

We hope you find the information useful in gaining a better idea of where the state has been permitting-wise in the past and the current trendlines for better understanding our future. Once again, the association would like to welcome Ohm Analytics on board!


Nicole LaSlavic
Executive Director 
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Notable Dates:
  • JUNE 24, 2021 - SRP Power Committee Meeting (Agenda here)

  • JULY 13 & 14, 2021 - Arizona Corporation Commission Open Meeting (Agenda will be here)

  • JULY 14, 2021 - JULY 16, 2021 - Energy Storage North America Conference (Visit Website)
Local and National Updates
U.S. solar installations soared by 46% in the first quarter
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The first solar panels installed over working cranberry bogs are set to come online in Massachusetts this year, putting to the test supporters’ belief that these installations can help struggling farmers while offering new ground for renewable energy to grow. 
Solar Energy Production Shines Brighter With Data Analysis Tools
Solar energy is becoming an increasingly popular alternative to fossil fuels. Households and business owners view it as an accessible and cost-effective option, particularly with the panel cost significantly less expensive than it was several years ago.
However, numerous factors influence how well solar panels produce energy. 
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