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    "Instead of developing a strategy that allowed their ratepayers an opportunity to take advantage of Arizona’s greatest natural resource, they have arbitrarily placed the highest tax in the country on anyone who wants to go solar."

    -Mark Holohan, AriSEIA President

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    Discover excellence in Arizona's solar industry.  Select a Preferred Solar Installers to work with someone who helps elevate the solar industry's standards for ethical sales practices and technical mastery.

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    Preferred Solar Installers engage in business practices that maximize value for solar customers.  Learn more about what it means to hold the PSI credential and apply today. 

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    Arizona's Net Metering rules provide for a fair exchange of value for energy when solar owners "spin the meter backwards", feeding their solar energy back into the utility's grid.

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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.

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

Clean, Green, Renewable Solar EnergyAriSEIA Preferred Solar Installers (PSI) are Arizona's most qualified, professional, and ethical solar companies. Each Preferred Solar Installer is licensed, bonded, insured, demonstrates technical excellence, and is committed to the highest ethical standards.

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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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Contact Information

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

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