• Big Win: Solar Tax Removed From SB1301

    Thanks to the efforts of AriSEIA, its members and the public, the language that would have placed a sales tax on leased solar systems was removed from SB1301. Its a big win for solar in Arizona.

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  • PSI Sales & Ethics Training June 25
    PSI Sales & Ethics Training June 25

    AriSEIA's next PSI sales and ethics training session updated to Wednesday June 25, 2014 at APS, 400 5th St. in Phoenix. Click the link to learn more and to sign up.

  • Find An Installer

    Hiring a qualified and licensed contractor is the first step to becoming a satisfied system owner. Search AriSEIA's member list --with over 70 Preferred Solar Installers-- to find a specialized contractor near you!

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  • AriSEIA Preferred Solar Installer Program

    Preferred Solar Installer (PSI) membership demonstrates to consumers the highest levels of professionalism and competence. Sign up today!

     

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  • Net Metering Benefits Everyone

    Arizona's Net Metering rules benefit homeowners, consumers and the utilities while helping keep energy costs down.

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Welcome to AriSEIA

The Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association (AriSEIA) is a non-profit trade association representing local, national and international solar companies in the Arizona market. The group's focus is on education, professionalism and promotion of public policies that support deployment of solar technologies in Arizona. Read more »

  • Testimonial 1

    Arizona's solar businesses employed 9,800 workers in 2012, ranking second among the 50 states.

    The Solar Foundation

  • Testimonial 2

    Arizona is at the forefront of solar - energy development and expansion..."

    Governor Jan Brewer

  • Testimonial 3

    REC Solar’s investment speaks loud and clear about Arizona’s business-friendly environment.

    Barry Broome

  • Testimonial 4

    Conservatives who support school choice and healthcare choice should support energy choice.

    Tom Morrissey

Reliable Solar Hot Water Systems

Renewable EnergySolar water heating systems are a great and proven way to go solar, save money and help the environment at the same time. Working with an AriSEIA recognized Preferred Solar Installer (PSI) is the first step in the choosing the right system for your home or business. 

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Choosing The Right PV System

Renewable EnergyOver 19,000 Arizona families and businesses have chosen to save money each month on their electric bills by installing a solar electric system. Today there are numerous options for going solar and the best place to start is with an AriSEIA Preferred Solar Installer (PSI).

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Preferred Solar Installers (PSI)

Renewable EnergyAriSEIA Preferred Solar Installers (PSI) represent the most qualified, professional, and ethical solar companies in our industry. Each Preferred Solar Installer is licensed, bonded, insured, meets rigorous technical training requirements and is committed to the highest ethical standards.

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Learn About Solar Hot Water

Solar water heaters -- also called solar domestic hot water systems -- can be a cost-effective way to generate hot water for your home or business. They can be used in any climate, and the fuel they use -- sunshine -- is free.

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Learn About Solar Electric

Sunlight can be converted directly into electricity using photovoltaics (PV), or indirectly with concentrated solar power (CSP), which normally focuses the sun's energy to boil water which is then used to generate power.

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Meet A Preferred Solar Installer

One Way Electric is not just any solar company. We do not spit out “cookie-cutter” solar systems. Every project is designed to fit the homeowner’s needs and expectations. You will not talk to a salesman, you will speak with our solar expert, who will explain the benefits of solar on a case to case basis and be able to empower  the homeowner for an educated decision. Solar is not our job, it is our passion. Designing and installing quality solar systems is our business and creating self-awareness for a more sustainable future is our goal.

With the American economy woes, electricity rates are steadily rising. It is time to save money where we can.

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Contact Information

Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association (AriSEIA)
2122 W. Lone Cactus Dr. Suite 2
Phoenix, AZ 85027

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Is a fee for solar energy users a 'sun tax' or fair play?
Is a fee for solar energy users a 'sun tax' or fair play?
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Angled to the southeast, Stan Holmes’ home above the state Capitol has a great view of City Creek Canyon but a less optimal position for solar panels — they generate most of their electricity in the morning, not during afternoon surges in demand. But his new 378-kilowatt system still produces more p…
Sean Westcott
My name is Sean Westcott, I am brand new at the facebook thing, I don’t really know face book etiquete. I'm writing because I have invented a "solar Jersey Barrier for placement in our nations highways. It similar to what the Europeans are doing, so the tech works. I see that you are all about green technology, and was hoping that you would share my link to my kickstarter project so I can launch these barriers. The link is https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/102759342/solar-jersey-barrier
Solar Jersey Barrier
We are seeking funds to pay for our crash test worthiness requirements, in order to place solar product into our nations highways.
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More U.S. jobs in solar industry than coal mining
More U.S. jobs in solar industry than coal mining
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The one source that offered a contrary view, the National Mining Association, cited two-year-old numbers and counted categories such as...