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 »

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

    Governor Jan Brewer

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

    Barry Broome

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

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PHOENIX -- It will be good for Arizona Public Service Co. if Tom Forese and Doug Little win election to the board that regulates utilities in the state, according to analysts working for UBS Investment Research in New York.
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"This highly-regarded annual analysis — the 2014 edition was released this summer — concludes that renewable electricity capacity jumped by more than 8 percent overall in 2013, to produce some 22 percent of all global power production. Total global installed renewable electricity capacity reached a staggering 1,560 GW in 2013."
Global Renewable Energy Status Uncovered
Global Renewable Energy Status Uncovered
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More than a fifth of the world's electrical power production now comes from renewable sources and in 2013 renewables accounted for more than 56 percent of all net additions to global power capacity. These remarkable conclusions come from this year’s Renewables Global Status Report (GSR) from R
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Solar energy can reduce emissions, but reduced emissions can boost solar energy. http://bit.ly/1oOPOTu
Reduction of Aerosol Emissions to Affect Photovoltaic Energy
Reduction of Aerosol Emissions to Affect Photovoltaic Energy
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According to the JRC, the EU scientific service, a global reduction on aerosol emissions is going to affect photovoltaic energy production.