RENEW Wisconsin becomes the 18th SEIA state affiliate.
“We are thrilled to welcome RENEW Wisconsin to our network, and we look forward to collaborating on policy efforts that get the state’s solar market moving again,” says Abigail Ross Hopper, president and CEO of SEIA.
“As we work toward recovery from COVID-19, Wisconsin has the potential to become a regional solar leader and generate thousands of new jobs for hard-working people in the state,” she adds.
Wisconsin is ranked 34th nationally, with 209 MW of installed solar electric generating capacity. There are nearly 3,000 solar jobs in the state, and those jobs are at risk as a result of the global pandemic.
RENEW Wisconsin works on policies and programs that expand solar power, wind power, biogas, local hydropower, geothermal energy and electric vehicles. Since 1991, RENEW Wisconsin has campaigned for clean energy solutions.
To see a map of the current SEIA affiliates across the country, click here.