Free and open to all interested in solar! TXSES meets annually to bring our chapters together
and hear from experts in the solar field. This year, Charlie Hemmeline looks back on statewide solar adoption in 2018 and forward to the 2019 Texas legislative session. CIty of Georgetown officials will
address their goal to be 100% renew-
The Clean Energy Credit Union will address their work to
further the adoption of clean energy products and services through low interest loans.
ERCOT manages the flow of electricity to 90% of Texas and they have not hesitated to bring renewable power onto the grid. Looking forward,the closure of coal plants suggests resource adequacy issues, but power pricing has not reached levels to trigger new construction of old generation models. Now an enormous wave of solar is on the horizon. The growing movement to co-locate storage with wind and solar PV is changing notions of what is necessary to assure electric power reliability.
TXSES chapters around the state
focus on solar power, electric vehicles, sustainable building practices and more.