The Sustainable Energy Action Committee (SEAC) provides a forum for all stakeholders to collaboratively identify and find solutions for issues that affect the installation and use of sustainable energy systems (solar PV, energy storage, etc.)
From 2015 to early 2020, SEAC was a California-based initiative. Starting in spring 2020, SEAC is expanding into a national forum with the support of a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. Under this three-year grant, SEAC will lead a consensus process to identify and develop solutions to code enforcement and permitting challenges for solar and energy storage.
Our meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of every month, from 3:30 – 5:30pm Eastern Time / 12:30 – 2:30pm Pacific Time. Meetings are held virtually via Zoom. Please check our Meeting Calendar for meeting dates, times and login info.
Our members and partners are experts in the sustainable energy industry. Through inclusivity, collaboration, and open and honest communication, we produce recommendations and information for the benefit of all in the sustainable energy industry.
The SEAC Assembly votes to approve all SEAC recommendations, positions, best practices, and publications. It is a diverse body where no single interest category represents more than one third of the voting members
Participation in SEAC is open to all stakeholders, including but not limited to authorities having jurisdiction (AHJ)—such as local building and fire departments, contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, utilities, testing labs and other clean energy stakeholders.