“Solar in the Southeast” highlights solar data and trends throughout the region, including Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
Using a “watts per customer” (W/C) metric to compare and contrast states and utilities across the region, the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy once again offers a unique analysis with detailed information on regional, state, and utility levels. The watts per customer metric provides an unbiased standard to distinguish industry leaders and laggards in a fair manner.
Highlights in this year’s sixth annual “Solar in the Southeast” report include:
- How the region has overcome 2022’s supply chain disruption
- States leading the pack in the region on installed and forecasted solar
- Which utilities are leading (SunRisers) and lagging (SunBlockers) in the Southeast
- New federal and established state policies behind solar progress
On June 15, SACE hosted a webinar with Bryan Jacob, report author and SACE Solar Program Director, Maggie Shober, SACE’s Research Director, and Dr. Stephen A. Smith, SACE’s Executive Director. Watch the recording below.