On June 19th, MDV-SEIA members elected Lauren Miller, Senior Associate of Policy at Sol Systems, to the organization’s board of directors. The election took place on June 8-19 with 21 applicants vying to fill 8 seats on the member board. 

MDV-SEIA is the overarching organization that promotes solar energy policy and growth through legislative and regulatory affairs in Maryland, DC, Delaware, and Virginia. As a board member, Lauren will provide guidance to staff at MDV-SEIA to promote renewable energy growth in state markets, as well as assist with fundraising goals to help the association move forward with overarching goals. Lauren hopes to continue solar growth in MDV-SEIA’s primary markets with legislative and regulatory wins. These policies include interconnection in the District, net metering in Maryland, and the Virginia Clean Economy Act. 

Lauren has been a part of the Sol System’s team for 5 years, beginning her career on the REC aggregation team. Through this role, Lauren had the opportunity to engage with thousands of Sol customers, help manage REC portfolios internally, and gain insight on how RPS policies function. In her current position as a Senior Policy Associate, Lauren oversees Sol Systems’ businesses’ relationships with industry associations, state public utility commissions, and legislatures across the country.  

Lauren’s nomination to MDV-SEIA’s board of directors continues Sol Systems’ focus on regulatory work in active markets with the opportunity to become more healthily engaged, especially within the Mid-Atlantic region. 

The full list of board members can be viewed on MDV-SEIA’s website. 

ABOUT SOL SYSTEMS 

Sol Systems, a national solar finance and development firm, delivers sophisticated, customized services for institutional, corporate, and municipal customers. Sol is employee-owned, and has been profitable since inception in 2008. Sol is backed by Sempra Energy, a $25+ billion energy company. 

Over the last ten years, Sol Systems has delivered 800 MW of solar projects for Fortune 100 companies, municipalities, universities, churches, and small businesses. Sol now manages over $650 million in solar energy assets for utilities, banks, and Fortune 500 companies. 

Inc. 5000 recognized Sol Systems in its annual list of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies for four consecutive years. For more information, please visit www.solsystems.com 

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