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TenneSEIA Annual Meeting - Nov. 19, 2014
  • SAVE THE DATE! TenneSEIA's Annual Meeting will be held November 19th at the Baker Donelson Center in Nashville, TN. The event, which will take place in the afternoon through early evening, is free for TenneSEIA members (and elected and utility officials), and requires a small fee for other members of the public.

    While agenda details are getting finalized, here’s a sneak preview of some of the important solar-related issues that will be included:

    • TVA's DG-IV (value of solar) process
    • Behind-the-meter solar in TVA's territory
    • TVA's 2015 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP)
    • Tennessee property taxes and solar
    • Tennessee and EPA's Proposed Carbon Rule (111d)

    The Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity to learn about the past, present, and future solar issues in the Tennessee Valley, in addition to providing a venue for TenneSEIA members, solar stakeholders, and regional and national experts and decisions makers to network and discuss the hottest solar topics.

    For questions and updates regarding the event, or to nominate a 2014 Solar Champion, send an email to TenneSEIA President, Mary Shaffer Gill at mary@ariesenergy.com.


2014 Solar Champion Award - Call for Nominations
  • Who is Tennessee’s 2014 stand out solar leader? Nominate a person or entity that demonstrated leadership in supporting solar development in Tennessee. (note - this award does not apply to solar companies) Please send nominations to Mary Shaffer Gill at mary@ariesenergy.com.
    Nomination should include the following:
  • 1. Name and location of nominee,
  • 2. Nominee contact information, and
  • 3. Minimum 300 word narrative about the nominee’s leadership role in supporting solar development in Tennessee.

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Strata Solar, LLC, a recent member of TenneSEIA, is currently constructing two 20 MW solar projects in Selmer, TN - McNairy County. These will be among the largest solar PV projects in the southeast once completed later this year.

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