SEA is one of the leading voices providing clarity and insight on the most pressing issues facing the Northeast clean energy industry. Our webinars are well-attended and positively received because our attendees know we are a source they can trust for insight that is not only timely, but also unpacks a topic at a level of depth useful for participants who are active in the industry.
See below for our most recent past webinar offerings, all of which are available for purchase.
Northeast Eyes & Ears Summer 2022 RE-Fresh
Held on September 13, 2022
In our end-of-Summer 2022 webinar, SEA’s Eyes & Ears Experts recapped this year’s major renewable energy (RE) Regulatory, Policy, and Legislative developments in the Northeast (New England and New York), and previewed our expectations for the months to come. Read a little more about what we discussed and purchase the recording here…
“What’s Next for New York Clean Energy?”
Held on June 2, 2022
New York is executing its policy path to achieve 70% renewable energy by 2030. But the landscape to get from 2030 to achieving 85% economy-wide GHG reductions by 2050 is largely undefined. In this 1.5-hour webinar, SEA’s Market Analytics team compiled what is known about New York’s post-2030 clean energy policy and market planning and consider New York’s paths to meeting its 2040 and 2050 goals. Learn More…
To Buy, Hold, or Sell MA SREC Is and MA SREC IIs; That is the Question.
Held on January 13, 2021
Do you need some third-party analysis to help you make the decision on the disposition of 2020 SRECs or, for that matter, 2021, 2022, etc. MA SRECs? If so, then SEA and its Massachusetts Solar Market Study (MA-SMS) should be your go-to for the Market Fundamentals Analysis (that differs significantly from current broker quotes). Learn More…
MA Clean Peak Standard 2-Part Series: “Participating in the Massachusetts Clean Peak Standard”
Part 1 held on October 1, 2020; Part 2 held on November 10, 2020
Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC (SEA) and Customized Energy Solutions (CES) held a two-part Webinar Series on Participating in the Massachusetts Clean Peak Standard. The webinar series considered CPS issues, challenges and opportunities from the perspectives of owners of existing CPRs, developers of new CPRs, investors/financiers, load-serving entities, distribution companies, project hosts, and market makers. Learn More...