New England Solar Eyes & Ears Service

SEA’s Eyes & Earssm Service: ‘We track it … now you can, too.’

Eyes & Ears helps you keep track of renewable energy-related legislative, policy and regulatory activity affecting your interests in each of the six New England states.
A subscription to Eyes & Ears extends your reach so you won’t miss opportunities to act or react.

WHAT IS SOLAR EYES & EARS AND WHAT CAN IT DO FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION?

  • E&E allows you to cover unfolding activity:
    • More comprehensively than your existing staff, by adding additional eyes and ears
    • More cost-effectively than trying to covering everything through in-house staffing
    • Quickly, if your capabilities in the region are ramping up
  • It is intended to:
    • Screen regional activity, sorting through the vast set of potentially relevant items to be on the lookout for
    • Cover topics subscribers have identified as important to them, or for items that we believe they should be aware of
    • Keep you informed on RP&L developments, bringing critical issues to the surface in a timely manner
    • Identify issues, challenges and opportunities early that might otherwise be missed so that you can plan accordingly and avoid surprises
    • Ensure that you are aware of opportunities to participate in the regulatory process and have enough time to respond
    • Provide top-level analysis on the significance of each development

WHO SUBSCRIBES TO SOLAR E&E?

  • Solar energy businesses(project developers and managers, investors, marketers, service providers) and advocates active in or targeting/entering New England.
  • Organizations:
    •  looking to extend their capabilities. If your headquarters or concentration of efforts are elsewhere, and/or you are lightly-staffed for this function in New England.
    • seeking a cost-effective alternative means to maintain their capabilities.  If you are looking to track and understand RP&L developments more efficiently and cost-effectively than fully staffing them with in-house capabilities
    • ramping up their capabilities.  If your business is small and growing, or currently too small  for busy key personnel to track RP&L developments, Eyes & Ears can help you as ramp up , allowing you to hit the ground running.  You can also use E&E to educate and train transitioning personnel until your business grows to the scale that it can take the function in-house.
  • Policymakersinterested in understanding regional precedents or experiences of other states implementing similar or related laws, policies or regulations.  These could provide ideas or guidance on what has been tried elsewhere, and can identify relevant experiences, synergies, opportunities for collaboration, and potential policy interactions or conflicts.

Solar Eyes & Earssm Features:

  • Eyes & EarsSMWeekly Flash E-mail Update
  • Special Flash E-Mail Updates when there’s a development that can’t wait a week, or merits a featured analysis
  • Eyes & EarsSMDigest, a highly-organized, keyword indexed, deep drill down and ready reference, published 5-6 times per year
  • Post-Digest Q&A session, a ½-hour phone consultation with SEA staff after each Digest, or up to 3 hours per year, to discuss the Eyes & Ears content and pose clarifying or interpretative questions.
  • Back Issues of Eyes & Ears Digests,many of the topics covered in Eyes & Ears are continuing coverage of topics which commenced with legislation, regulations, proceedings, or other events commencing before the beginning of your subscription. Most of our new subscribers find that procuring the back issues of our Digests provide them with a complete and ready reference.

Learn More:

New England Solar Eyes & Ears Services

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For more information, contact Jim Kennerly.

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