CALSEIACalifornia Solar Energy Industries Association
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Through the outlets of policy development, advocacy, education, networking, and business services, CALSEIA works to increase the use of solar energy within the state of California.
Del Chiaro also reviewed future goals for CALSEIA including incentives for self-generating batteries, utility net metering rate issues, and expanding the presence of CALSEIA by setting up chapters in Sacramento and the Central Coast in 2015.
Del Chiaro has now served as the Executive Director of CALSEIA since July 2013.
The Bay Area CALSEIA meeting is a local group of influential companies and organizations in the solar industry.
Since the 1970s, CALSEIA (California Solar Energy Industries Association) has advanced the common interests of the California solar industry, helping make California's solar market the most robust in the United States.
8220;We are proud to have Milholland Solar & Electric join CALSEIA to support its mission of expanding the use of clean, solar technologies throughout the state.
8220;We found it was important to join CALSEIA to work with our state legislators to promote clean energy alternatives in the State of California,” explains Brian Milholland President of Milholland Solar & Electric
Milholland Solar & Electric joins CALSEIA after being carefully vetted and approved through the association's application process, which ensures member companies adhere to industry best practices.
At SunPower, he addressed the members of CALSEIA and their guests about his “Green Vision” for solar.
There was a gathering of influential companies and organizations in the solar industry present to hear Mayor Reed and Ball speak including CALSEIA, Wesco, Clean Solar, and SunPower.
The Governor will acknowledge public-private partnerships by consortiums such as SolarTech and CALSEIA in the global context of the solar economy in California, and the impact private, public, partnerships can have on the state's economic development.
These are very exciting times for the solar industry in California," said Gary Gerber, President of Sun Light and Power and President of the CALSEIA Board of Directors.