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RE+ Northeast is powered by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA). RE+ Northeast was designed to serve and advance the solar+storage market by bringing together buyers and suppliers in solar and energy storage to explore business solutions, new technologies, policy initiatives, and other market factors. This event focuses on creating an environment that fosters the exchange of ideas, knowledge and expertise for furthering solar and energy storage development in the northeast United States. 

Unlike other solar conferences, all proceeds from RE+ Northeast support the expansion of the solar energy industry through SEIA and SEPA’s year-round research and education activities, and SEIA’s extensive advocacy efforts.

Quick Facts

  • RE+ Northeast focuses on the northeastern United States solar and storage market
  • Proceeds are given to SEIA and SEPA

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The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA®) is the driving force behind solar energy and is building a strong solar industry to power America through advocacy and education. As the national trade association of the U.S. solar energy industry, which now employs more than 250,000 Americans, we represent all organizations that promote, manufacture, install and support the development of solar energy. SEIA works with its 1,000 member companies to build jobs and diversity, champion the use of cost-competitive solar in America, remove market barriers and educate the public on the benefits of solar energy.
For more information, visit www.seia.org.

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The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) is dedicated to helping all electric power stakeholders accelerate the transformation to a carbon-free electricity system. To maximize impact, SEPA  focuses across three pathways: Regulatory and Business Innovation, Grid Integration, and Electrification. Through educational content, working groups, peer-to-peer engagements and custom projects, SEPA facilitates collaboration, develops innovative strategies, and raises awareness of actionable solutions for our members and partner organizations.

For more information, visit sepapower.org.

Connecticut

Solar Installed (MW): 1,161
National Ranking: 22nd (22nd in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 169,514 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 3.2%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 2,275
Solar Companies in State: 159 (29 Manufacturers, 41 Installers/Developers, 89 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $2.8 billion

Source: SEIA, view more Connecticut stats

Maine

Solar Installed (MW): 612
National Ranking: 30th (20th in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 106,193 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 5.9%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 684
Solar Companies in State: 57 (4 Manufacturers, 27 Installers/Developers, 26 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $905 million

Source: SEIA, view more Maine stats

Massachusetts

Solar Installed (MW): 4,037
National Ranking: 10th (11th in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 693,913 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 19.4%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 10,548
Solar Companies in State: 496 (81 Manufacturers, 137 Installers/Developers, 278 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $9.2 billion

Source: SEIA, view more Massachusetts stats

New Hampshire

Solar Installed (MW): 192
National Ranking: 40th (36th in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 29,503 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 1.3%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 1,101
Solar Companies in State: 62 (19 Manufacturers, 20 Installers/Developers, 23 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $475 million

Source: SEIA, view more New Hampshire stats

New Jersey

Solar Installed (MW): 4,270
National Ranking: 8th (17th in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 682,696 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 6.7%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 6,237
Solar Companies in State: 457 (75 Manufacturers, 205 Installers/Developers, 177 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $12.3 billion

Source: SEIA, view more New Jersey stats

New York

Solar Installed (MW): 4,041
National Ranking: 9th (9th in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 669,662 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 3.9%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 10,524
Solar Companies in State: 758 (85 Manufacturers, 156 Installers/Developers, 517 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $9 billion

Source: SEIA, view more New York stats

Rhode Island

Solar Installed (MW): 614
National Ranking: 29th (24th in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 110,174 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 9.5%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 1,067
Solar Companies in State: 28 (10 Manufacturers, 5 Installers/Developers, 13 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $992 million

Source: SEIA, view more Rhode Island stats

Vermont

Solar Installed (MW): 413
National Ranking: 36th (38th in 2021)
Enough Solar Installed to Power: 72,881 homes
Percentage of State's Electricity from Solar: 17.5%
Solar Jobs in 2021: 1,193
Solar Companies in State: 67 (11 Manufacturers, 30 Installers/Developers, 26 Others)
Total Solar Investment in State: $799 million

Source: SEIA, view more Vermont stats

About RE+ Events

Presented by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), RE+ Events strives to keep the industry moving forward by offering cutting-edge events centered around the trends, technology, and research that power the industry.

Unlike other solar industry events, all proceeds support the expansion of the US solar energy market through SEIA’s and SEPA’s year-round research and education activities, as well as SEIA’s advocacy efforts.

Commitment to Collaboration

The success of RE+ Events is heavily driven by the two non-profit membership organizations behind it. The partnership between SEPA and SEIA, through their joint ownership of RE+ Events, has resulted in the creation of a robust suite of business and education opportunities for the solar industry. RE+ Events organizers and speakers will strive to create a welcoming, collaborative environment for all attendees and stakeholders. At times, contentious issues are discussed at RE+ Events. These debates make the industry stronger and facilitate the healthy exchange of ideas in a collegial setting. All RE+ Events speakers will strive to present balanced perspectives on all issues in a professional, constructive manner.