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 »
Solar 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.
Over 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).
AriSEIA Preferred Solar Installers (PSI) represent the most qualified, professional, and ethical solar companies in our industry. Each PSI is licensed, bonded and insured, meets detailed technical training requirements and is committed to the highest ethical standards.
We are proud to bring to you the new website for the Arizona Solar Energy Industry Association (AriSEIA). Our new site includes information on member businesses, a primer for consumers on the different types of solar solutions for homes and businesses, descriptions of our educational services and much more. It also automatically adjusts to the device you're using to view the site, amking the experience easier and more productive. Don't forget to follow AriSEIA on Twitter and "like" us on Facebook!
Net metering allows residential and commercial customers who generate their own electricity from solar power to feed electricity they do not use back into the grid and receive payment from their utility for that power. Many states have passed net metering laws. In other states, utilities may offer net metering programs voluntarily or as a result of regulatory decisions. A recent analysis of 16 studies on net metering and distributed generation from the Rocky Mountain Institute shows that net metering is a net benefit to all utility customers and the utilities themselves. Other studies have reached the same conclusion.