The mission of SEAC is to transition to zero net energy communities in a safe, efficient, and sustainable manner.
SEAC is a strategic initiative started in Southern California in 2015 formed by concerned building officials and solar professionals to develop permitting and inspection guidelines for solar and energy storage installation.
The initiative has successfully united public and private leaders and experts in collectively identifying many obstacles that are preventing the State from achieving its renewable energy goals.
Our work has been recognized by many accredited associations in the industry.
The work produced by SEAC provides a better understanding and clarity of sustainable energy standards and requirements that improve practices and procedures to effectively and optimally support the growth and transition to zero net energy communities throughout the State of California.
“We understand that what helps us, helps you”
What: A committee of high level energy experts in the private and public sector dedicated to developing recommendations to the challenges impacting the energy industry.
How: Through collaborative, transparent, and effective communications that focus on developing practical and implementable recommendations to improve energy processes and best practices.
Why: To help meet aggressive renewable energy goals, improve the economy through job creation, and to provide for more efficient and safe sustainable energy installations, supporting the transition to zero net energy communities.