For immediate release: February 18, 2019 DENVER, CO. – The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA), has announced that nominations are now open for the 2019 Solar Power and Energy Storage Awards. The second annual awards shift away from system size to market segment to better highlight the range of innovation and technology occuring in […]
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DENVER, CO. – The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA), has announced that nominations are now open for the 2019 Solar Power and Energy Storage Awards. The second annual awards shift away from system size to market segment to better highlight the range of innovation and technology occuring in Colorado. Remaining the same, however, are […]
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Post Date: May 30, 2018
Job Title: Exectuvie Leader
Location: Denver, CO
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, résumé, and references by email to COSEIA’s Board Secretary, Kate Collardson (*protected email*), with “COSEIA Leader Application” included in the subject line. No calls please; direct applicants only, no search or placement firms. The position is open until filled.
Entering its 30th Anniversary in 2019, the Colorado Solar Energy Industr [...]
Last year, COSEIA worked hard in the state legislature to get a bill passed to extend and strengthen the Fair Permit Act. This caps solar permit fees at $500 for residential projects and $1,000 for commercial projects. But we have heard many cities are charging more. We have posted a letter for you to use if you are having problems with a city. Simply download the letter and present it. Let us know of your experiences by writing us at *protected email*.
The Fair Permit Act Letter Can Be Found [...]
Black Hills Energy has proposed rates that would increase fixed charges for all residential customers and put net metered solar customers in a separate rate class that would have to pay even more. COSEIA filed testimony opposing the proposed rates, which increase fixed charges by 54 percent for net metered customers, claiming they are discriminatory and seek to undermine solar generation in Colorado.
However, the Office of Consumer Counsel, which receives tax dollars to represent ratepayer [...]
Click Here for COSEIA Executive Director Rebecca Cantwell’s Op-Ed on the Suniva Case
Today’s ruling by the International Trade Commission threatens to put the brakes on the vibrant growth of Colorado’s solar industry, and to make it harder for Coloradans to go solar. COSEIA will continue to work hard with partners around the nation to ensure that trade protections are not imposed that will hinder our progress.
The growth of our industry has been dramatic in recent years, [...]
COSEIA has just filed testimony to the Public Utilities Commission on an important Xcel docket that governs Xcel’s advance grid infrastructure including “smart” meters and the communication components that will transmit data from customers to Xcel and back again. Use, protection and ownership of the data produced by new grid and meter technology is a hot issue in many states right now. While utilities tend to want to control that data, consumers and solar companies could benefit in importa [...]
Post Date: December 10, 2016
Location: Denver, Colorado
Target Hire Date: Immediate
To Apply: Please submit cover letter and resume to: Rebecca Cantwell
The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA) is seeking to fill the key senior-level position of Development Director. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of generating revenue from a variety of events, a passion for solar energy, and the ability to multi-task on a small but nimble and highly productive team. [...]
The three-member Colorado Public Utilities Commission on November 9, 2017 gave oral approval to a landmark settlement between Xcel Energy and two dozen organizations that will provide progress on energy policy for years to come. The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA), which played a key role last summer in negotiating the settlement across three separate dockets, praised the unanimous decision.
“Today’s decision will allow Colorado’s vibrant solar industry [...]
The Colorado Solar Energy Industries Association (COSEIA) is the award-winning nonprofit association leading Colorado’s solar industry. Our mission is to expand solar markets and to generate jobs and prosperity for the people of Colorado. Together with hundreds of solar business members we work to advance solar policy, remove market barriers, highlight emerging trends, and promote solar outreach and education.
The Event and Development Manager opportunity is an independent contractor position [...]