AriSEIA is the largest solar industry trade association in the state of Arizona. Look here for up-to-date information on regulatory and legislative developments, innovations, statistics and thoughtful insights into all things solar in our state.
SOLAR POWERED HOMES
ANNUAL ECONOMIC IMPACT
DIRECT SOLAR JOBS
NATIONAL SOLAR RANKING
Whether you're looking for solar electricity, water heating or battery storage solutions to your energy problems, AriSEIA members can provide everything from consulting, engineering, installation, maintenance, support and even financing services.
AriSEIA MEMBERS DO GREAT WORK, TAKE A LOOK!
It's one thing for a company to say they do awesome work, it's another to see it with your own two eyes. Take a look for yourself at residential, commercial and utility-scale projects built by our members.See All Projects
NUMBERS TELL THE STORY
With over 90,000 solar residential and commercial solar energy installations in Arizona just since 2006, there can be no doubt that solar electric and thermal technologies are proven, reliable and long ready for prime time.
MEET THE BOARD
Brandon was elected president of AriSEIA in February, 2017. He is a founder of SunHarvest Solar and is a licensed electrician with over 10 years of commercial electrical experience. With over 7 years in the solar industry, he has worked on both residential and commercial solar projects installing over 1.5 MW of solar.
Court S. Rich was elected to the Board in February, 2017. He is Senior Partner and Director of the Renewable Energy Department at Rose Law Group pc. Court practices in the areas of renewable energy, administrative law, municipal law, land use and zoning, real estate, and handles administrative matters in front of the Arizona Corporation Commission. He also serves as regulatory counsel for some of the largest solar companies and solar industry organizations in the United States.
Sara joined SEIA in 2012 to oversee regulatory and legislative activity in the Western states. Prior to joining SEIA, Sara held the same title at the Solar Alliance since 2007, with a focus on legislative and regulatory activity in California. Sara has been involved in distributed generation and energy efficiency since 1998 when she began her career at Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), where she most recently managed the utility’s California Solar Initiative (CSI) program as well as its predecessor, the Self-Generation Incentive Program. Sara has a BS in Environmental Engineering with an emphasis in Renewable Energy from Humboldt State University.
The Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association (AriSEIA) is a 501(c)(6) 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.