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SEIA Adds Three Companies to Board

Jan. 4, 2021
Lightsource bp, Capital Dynamics and Wanzek Construction are all joining SEIA’s board of directors, effective immediately.

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) recently announced the addition of three new companies to its board of directors. Global solar project developer Lightsource bp, asset management firm Capital Dynamics, and renewable energy engineering, procurement and construction firm Wanzek Construction are all joining SEIA’s board of directors, effective immediately. These additions to SEIA leadership come after the organization revealed a bold policy agenda for the Biden-Harris administration and 117th Congress.

“As we navigate new dynamics in Washington, these are the leaders we need alongside us to advance our policy vision and usher in the Solar+ Decade,” said Abigail Ross Hopper, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association. “Having voices from across the solar value chain will be critical to our success, and we are thrilled to have Lightsource bp, Capital Dynamics and Wanzek on board for the work ahead.”

Wanzek is a leading construction company based in Fargo, North Dakota with a specialization in the design, procurement, and construction of solar and wind projects. Over the past 50 years, Wanzek Construction, Inc. has become one of the nation’s largest sources for infrastructure, general construction and other services in the wind, solar and industrial construction industries.

Capital Dynamics is an independent global asset management firm with over 17 billion in assets under management and advisement. Through its Clean Energy Infrastructure platform, the firm is one of the largest solar investors in the United States, with a total portfolio of solar assets under construction and operation having reached 6.7 gigawatts at the end of 2020.

Lightsource bp is a global leader in the development and management of solar energy projects, and a 50:50 joint venture with bp.

In November, SEIA released a 100-day agenda that lays out the policies and actions a new Congress and administration should prioritize to reach 100% clean energy called The Solar Vision. For more information on The Solar Vision and the three companies that joined the board, read the original press release

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