Aug. 19th - U.S. Department of Energy - Free In-Person CO Workshops. Click here to learn more about the "Lessons Learned From Past Federal Distributed Energy Projects" workshop. Click here to learn more about the "Distributed Energy Technologies For Resilience" workshop.
Aug. 20th - AriSEIA Member Meeting. Click here to learn more and register.
Sept. 4th - ACC Special Open Meeting. Click hereto learn more.
Sept. 10th-11th - ACC Open Meeting. Click hereto learn more.
Sept. 23rd-26th - Solar Power International. Click here to learn more.
Oct. 26th - Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival 2019. Click here to learn more.
Nov. 15th-16th - Climate 2020: Seven Generations for Arizona summit in Flagstaff. Click here to learn more.
We've Updated Our Look & Our New Website is LIVE!
We're thrilled to announce the launch of our new logo and website! The new and improved sitefeatures updated membership information, a calendar of upcoming events, and more. We encourage everyone to check it out! Stay tuned for the members-only portal, which will include exclusive materials, the updated logo for your use, and additional resources for AriSEIA members.
AriSEIA invites all members to join us for our Members-Only Meeting on August 20, 2019. Attend to learn about important member updates, our upcoming conference, legislative and policy updates, and more. This will be our largest and most important member meeting of the year so far, don't miss out!
Dinner and drink tickets will be provided (with RSVP/early registration) and are included in the $35 ticket cost. ASU students can attend at a discounted rate of $25 per ticket.
WHAT: AriSEIA Member Meeting
WHERE:Spoke & Wheel - Phoenix (8525 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85020)
AriSEIA is among the dozens of Arizona organizations who signed a proposal urging the ACC to adopt a strong clean energy plan for the state. The letter was filed with the ACC last week, and the Commission discussed options from the July energy rules stakeholder meeting. You can view yesterday’s meeting here. Click here to learn more, and click here to access a social media toolkit provided by Vote Solar to help promote this important effort!
The Investment Tax Credit is one of the most successful clean energy policies ever passed and has helped support a robust solar industry in the United States. Despite this massive success, the ITC is currently scheduled to begin stepping down at the end of 2019. Click here to sign the letter urging Congress to extend the ITC.
Solar ITC Extension Bills Introduced in House and Senate
A bipartisan group of lawmakers in Washington, D.C. introduced legislation on Thursday that would extend the solar Investment Tax Credit for five years at its full 30 percent value. An extension has become the top priority for the U.S. solar industry, even if it faces an tough climb ahead of the 2020 presidential election.