Sales and Marketing Manager, Chad Cummings will speak on “The Future of Net Metering,” at 1:15p.m., Wednesday, December 9th on the Almond Stage! 2016 holds significant changes for the solar industry and how it impacts California’s agricultural industry. The Net Energy Metering Program will be transitioning mid-year, and the 30% Federal Investment Tax Credit is scheduled to decrease beginning in 2017. Growers, hullers, and processors will be significantly impacted by the next iteration of the Net Metering Program. This presentation will give a clear timeline of coming transitions, availability of remaining incentives, and the opportunities for the ag industry. Bring your questions to try and stump Chad!
Check out our Booth Activity!
Did you know that we provide solar project grant writing support now? Swing by our booth to learn everything you need to know about applying for a REAP grant from our new grant writing partner, Jan McAdams and her associate, Lynne Irvine. They are happy to answer any questions about the REAP program and other USDA funding resources. As a refresher, the USDA REAP program offers grants for up to 25 percent of total renewable energy project costs, and loan guarantees for up to 75 percent of total project costs for commercially viable systems. To learn more click here.
Aren’t able to make the trip to Sacramento next week but still interested in REAP grants? Please feel free to contact Jan regarding funding deadlines, eligibility and other questions about the REAP grants and loans by calling 702-526-8833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Trina Solar!
Meet our vendor partner, Trina Solar. Trina’s regional sales manager will be onsite to answer questions on modules and provide specifics about what it means to be Tier 1. Trina is recognized as one of the best solar PV manufacturers in the world with PV modules that are proven for high performance in the field.
Click here to download the 2015 Almond Conference Program. To set up a one-on-one sales or customer service appointment during the conference please contact Bob Hansenor Chad Cummings.
See you at the California Almond Conference Next Week!