Oct
7
5:30 pm17:30

Annual Dinner & Live Auction

About

Please join CALSEIA for our Annual Dinner and Live Auction. We will be taking stock in the important work being done to keep California’s solar market growing and strong while wining and dining in a unique, formal setting at the beautiful and historical Berkeley City Club. 

Sponsorships Available & Tickets Available


Sep
21
10:00 am10:00

Webinar: Achieving Zero Net Energy – How Solar Water Heating Helps

The Center for Sustainable Energy (CSE) invites city and county staff, contractors, architects and developers to a free webinar on the opportunities for solar water heating to reduce natural gas and electricity use, decrease greenhouse gas emissions and lower operating costs. As both a renewable and energy efficiency technology, solar water heating is well positioned to support state and local ZNE goals. 

This webinar will provide background on solar water heating technology and the available incentives for solar thermal installation. We will discuss how such technologies can directly impact ZNE goals, and we will showcase solar water heating projects in California. Discussion will also cover recent legislative efforts to extend the CSI Thermal program and the future of the technology as it relates to Zero Net Energy. 
 

Panelists

  • Erin Malcolm-Brandt, CSE, will discuss how solar water heating fits into the structure of ZNE policy and will discuss resources for municipalities, industry partners and end users. 
  • Nicholas Oliver, CSE, will discuss the basics of both solar water heating and the CSI Thermal Program and how potential projects and customers can take advantage of available rebates. 
  • Kelly Knutsen, CALSEIA, will provide an update on the solar water heating policy landscape and recent legislative activity in the space. 
  • William Chen, Adroit Energy, will discuss several recent solar water heating projects that his company has completed and specific financing or technical considerations that future customers should keep in mind. 

This is the second webinar in CSE’s 2016 ZNE webinar series and builds off the ZNE Roadmap for Local Governments, which provides a collection of best practices, current efforts and policy recommendations that local jurisdictions can implement to support and drive the ZNE market. You can view the Roadmap and supporting webinars here.

Sep
14
5:30 pm17:30

Solar Power Happy Hour with GRID Alternatives

  • Fox & Goose Public House

Solar Power Happy Hour is back at Fox & Goose!  Join GRID Alternatives for an enjoyable evening that unites industry, trainers and interested recruits for a fun networking event to elevate the local conversation about the growth of solar jobs in Sacramento region. Enjoy complimentary appetizers, and no-host bar.  The event is free of charge, but donation to support nonprofit's solar workforce program is encouraged.

We’ve invited fellow solar industry professionals, workforce and training agencies, and solar job hopefuls for a business casual evening for a discussion on local opportunities to place good people with more good, solar jobs.

Program:
5:30pm- 6:00pm:  Free appetizers, no-host bar and informal networking
6:00pm- 7:00pm:  Speaker panel, a focus on Recruitment, Diversification, and Future Industry Growth  
7:00pm- 7:30pm: “Speed Networking” with a Panelist

For more information contact Becca Russell, Corporate Relations Officer at 916-585-8536 or brussell@gridalternatives.org.  Sponsorship packages available.

WHEN

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar

WHERE

Fox & Goose Public House - 1001 R Street, Sacramento, CA 95811 - View Map

Aug
9
8:30 am08:30

Solar Worker Lobby Day

PLEASE JOIN US!

Help educate lawmakers about the importance of solar jobs in California, about the need to protect net metering throughout the state including in municipal utility territories such as:
                        Imperial
                        Modesto
                        Palo Alto
                        Alameda
                        Los Angeles
                        Pasadena
                        Glendale/Burbank
                        and many others…

And, help educate lawmakers about the importance of solar water heating technologies and passage of AB 2460 (Irwin).

T-shirts, lunch, and an afternoon reception with food & drinks will be provided to all attendees. 

Aug
4
1:00 pm13:00

CleanFund Webinar: Accelerating Solar Project Cash Flow with SolarPACE

CleanFund Webinar: Accelerating Solar Project Cash Flow with SolarPACE

CleanFund, the nationwide leader in commercial PACE financing, is hosting an introductory webinar on the benefits of its new SolarPACE™ financing program.

SolarPACE™ has been specifically designed to combine and maximize the economic benefits of a commercial solar project along with the credit enhancing simplicity of PACE financing.
 
Join us on Thursday, August 4th at 1 PM PST for this concise 20 minute webinar, followed by a 10 minute Q&A session to learn how SolarPACE™ will help solar developers offer more attractive projects to commercial, industrial, and certain non-profit property owners.

Hear from industry leader Brandon Deno Vice President, Solar at CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital, Inc.

Hear from industry leader Brandon Deno Vice President, Solar at CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital, Inc.

And Bruce Chandler Senior Director, Business Development at CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital, Inc.

And Bruce Chandler Senior Director, Business Development at CleanFund Commercial PACE Capital, Inc.


The flexibility of SolarPACE™ financing delivers significant benefits to a wide range of property owners.

 
 
Jul
13
7:00 am07:00

SOL SYSTEMS’ RUN FOR THE SUN BENEFITTING CALSEIA

What do runners and solar supporters have in common? They both love clean air! Held alongside the events at Intersolar North America, this 5k fun run/walk hosted by Sol Systems and benefitting the California Solar Energy Industries Association (CALSEIA) features great views of San Francisco Bay. Attending a conference doesn’t mean putting a healthy lifestyle on hold, so come run or walk with Sol Systems and CALSEIA!

he 5K is a flat loop course on the Embarcadero Walk Way on the San Francisco Bay.  The iconic views along this waterfront course include: AT&T Park (home of World Champion San Francisco Giants), the Bay Bridge, the Ferry Building, South Beach Harbor, Cupid’s Span. 

Water will be available at the start and finish of the run/walk.   

Start & Finish Location: The race will start and end at South Beach Harbor at Pier 40, the intersection of The Embarcadero and Townsend Street - next door to AT&T Park San Francisco, CA.

Please arrive by 7:15 AM for the 7:30 AM Start. 


Registration Price:

Early Bird (April 4- June 3): $40

Regular (June 4 - July 8): $55

 

 

Jul
12
5:00 pm17:00

Solar Summerfest

With over 2,000 solar professionals expected to attend, thanks to a thriving California market, we are celebrating the 80’s with retro-themed appetizers, drinks, and live entertainment encapsulating the best of that memorable decade in a beautiful rooftop setting. This is the perfect venue for unwinding from the day, continuing your business discussions, and enjoying unique views of San Francisco, all while celebrating the fact that, thanks to our landmark wins on NEM and the ITC, we can enjoy 80's cultural phenomena but avoid re-living its solar market disasters.

Jul
12
10:00 am10:00

NORCAL CONTRACTOR DAY AT INTERSOLAR NORTH AMERICA

This is not your typical conference experience. CALSEIA’s Contractor Days are an all-day all-inclusive package deal designed for both the sales and installation teams of your contracting business.

When: Tuesday, July 12, 2016 | 10:00AM–5:00PM

Where: Moscone West, Level 3

747 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Jun
22
5:00 pm17:00

North Bay Chapter Meeting

Join Us on Wednesday June 22, 5 to 7 PM
at the Hopmonk Tavern beer garden in Sebastopol

Join us Wednesday June 22, at 5:00pm for an evening of informative discussion, drinks, hors d'oeuvres and networking with the CalSEIA North Bay membership at Hopmonk Tavern in Sebastopol.  Drinks and hors d'oeuvres at 5, speakers and discussion begin at 5:30.  We hope to see you there!

We are pleased to announce that our sponsors for the evening are IronRidge Inc. and CED San Leandro.  Mella Hunter from IronRidge and a representative from CED will be on hand to meet you and give us an update on the latest product releases and news.

And we are especially pleased that our featured speaker is Michael Heid, Commercial & Strategic Account Manager with Enphase Energy.  Michael will present the latest in Enphase Storage initiatives.

We'll also be discussing recent news and events of interest to everyone. 

This meeting is open to CalSEIA members and invited guests only. If you are a prospective member you are welcome to attend up to two North Bay Chapter meetings, after which you must become a member.

 

Food and Drinks Sponsored by:

 
 
Jun
21
5:00 pm17:00

Bay Area Chapter Meeting

Join us for the next CALSEIA Bay Area Bi-Monthly meeting!


Date: Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Time: 5:00PM - 7:00PM
Location: SolarEdge HQ
47505 Seabridge Dr. Fremont, CA 94538
(seating limited)

Speakers:

Paula Mints
SPV Market Research

Paula Mints is the Founder and Chief Market Research Analyst of the global solar market research firm SPV Market Research. Ms. Mints began her solar market research career in 1997 with Strategies Unlimited. In 2005 she left Strategies Unlimited for Navigant where she continued her practice as a Director in Navigant's Energy Practice until October 2012, when she founded SPV Market Research. Ms. Mints is the author of many articles on the economics and behavior of the solar industry. Ms. Mints is currently Vice Chair of the Silicon Valley Photovoltaic Society, and IEEE Chapter. 
 

Jon Norling
Cleantech Law Partners

Jon is a seasoned renewable energy attorney with experience working as general counsel for a regional energy developer in the process of developing over 1,500 MW of wind, solar and wave energy projects. Jon has represented clients in all aspects of renewable energy project development and finance, including asset acquisitions, divestitures, document drafting and negotiations, and due diligence analysis.
Jon is an adjunct professor at Lewis & Clark Law School, where he teaches classes on renewable energy and climate change.  He serves on the Oregon State Bar Law-Sustainability Task Force. Jon is the former chair of the energy section of the Oregon State Bar and was recognized by the Portland Business Journal as one of Portland's "Forty under 40" in 2008. Jon holds a J.D. degree from Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College and a B.A. from Middlebury College.

 

Food & drinks sponsored by:

Jun
21
1:00 pm13:00

LA Chapter Meeting

Join Us at the June 21 Greater LA Chapter Meeting!

AGENDA

AEE SOLAR / PAUL DAILEY
Paul Dailey, Sr. Manager, Product & Technical Sales, AEE Solar will speak to us about new battery technology, energy storage and self consumption. The Utilities are proposing changes in their rate plans, some moving the “peak” periods for residential to 4:00pm to 9:00pm, while others are not offering net metering claiming that they have reached their 5% cap. So future PV systems that are paired with a energy storage component will be more effective at paying for themselves.

NEM 2

CCA’s / WTH? (COMMUNITY CHOICE AGGREGATION) 
It’s not a new concept, but it looks like it may be getting traction. Can a small player play or is this just for the “big fish”? 

VIRTUAL NET METERING…….WHAT????? 
I (Ron) have been invited to join a Dept. of Energy sponsored panel to evaluate and develop ways to create a successful Virtual Net Metering program, (NEM V). I will reveal the up sides and down sides to getting involved in the concept. It can be a very complicated program, but once one has the formula, it could take off like a rocket. 

LADWP

ROD BERGEN AND CONTRACT LAW
Rod will stimulate our contract writing intelligence. Always great information.

FIT / FEED IN TARIFF
Update on the FIT program, any new players?  The DWP website has a matrix that allows you to enter production during the day at the various hours the system is producing. It then calculates the amount of revenue paid to the system owner.

P.A.C.E. PROGRAM (PROPERTY ASSESSED CLEAN ENERGY FINANCE PROGRAM). HERO PROGRAM UPDATE.
Updates on the P.A.C.E. “HERO” FINANCING PROGRAM THAT IS GROWING IN So. Cal.


What: Greater LA Chapter Meeting
When: Tuesday, June 21st, 1:00 to 4 PM
Where: Coco's Family Restaurant
10841 Sepulveda Blvd.
Mission Hills, CA 91345

Jun
8
5:00 pm17:00

CALSEIA SoCal Golf Tournament

CALSEIA SOCAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

This "4-Person Scramble" format tournament in Southern California is great for golfers of all skill levels while helping raise money for a worthy cause. This event is sure to attract many solar professionals for the opportunity to enjoy a day on the green to develop or further business relationships with customers and vendors while networking with fellow industry members. 

When: Wednesday June 8th

Shotgun @ 8:30am

Where: Oak Creek Golf Club

1 Golf Club Drive, Irvine, CA 92618

May
20
8:00 am08:00

CALSEIA NorCal Golf Tournament

CALSEIA NORCAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

This "4-Person Scramble" format tournament in Northern California is great for golfers of all skill levels while helping raise money for a worthy cause. This event is sure to attract many solar professionals for the opportunity to enjoy a day on the green to develop or further business relationships with customers and vendors while networking with fellow industry members. 

When: Friday May 20th

Shotgun @ 8am

Where: Hiddenbrooke Golf Club

1095 Hiddenbrooke Parkway, Vallejo, CA 94591

May
5
7:00 am07:00

2016 BayWa r.e. Solar Roadshow - Sacramento, CA

BayWa r.e. proudly presents a solar day filled with product demos and training from the leading brands in Solar! We are bringing all of the latest and greatest products and services right to your backyard!

Featuring: CALSEIA, Enphase, GreenLancer, Helioscope, LG, SMA, SolarEdge, SolarWorld, QuickMount, Unirac, and more!

View our full schedule of trainings available (NABCEP credits are available from some vendors). 

Join for a morning, mid-day or afternoon session to play, learn, eat and enjoy! All at no cost to you.

Come see us at the 2016 BayWa r.e. Solar Roadshow! Register for 1 of the 3 timeslots for the day. 

BONUS: Join us for Cinco De Solar- a fun filled Cinco de Mayo celebration for the Northern California Solar Industry!

Call 505-216-1596 or email solarsystemsus@baywa-re.com for more details or questions. 


WHEN: Thursday, May 5, 2016 from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar

WHERE: Beatnik Studios - 723 S St, Sacramento, California 93922 - View Map

May
3
7:00 am07:00

2016 BayWa r.e. Solar Roadshow - Poway, CA

BayWa r.e. proudly presents a solar day filled with product demos and training from the leading brands in Solar! We are bringing all of the latest and greatest products and services right to your backyard!

Featuring: CALSEIA, Enphase, GreenLancer, Helioscope, LG, SMA, SolarEdge, SolarWorld, QuickMount, Unirac, and more!

View our full schedule of trainings available (NABCEP credits are available from some vendors). 

Join for a morning, mid-day or afternoon session to play, learn, eat and enjoy! All at no cost to you.

Come see us at the 2016 BayWa r.e. Solar Roadshow! Register for 1 of the 3 timeslots for the day. 

Call 505-216-1596 or email solarsystemsus@baywa-re.com for more details or questions. 


WHEN: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM (PDT) - Add to Calendar

WHERE: Cellar 3 - 12260 CROSTHWAITE CIRCLE, POWAY, CA 92064 - View Map

Apr
19
1:00 pm13:00

LA Chapter Meeting

Join Us at the April 19 Greater LA Chapter Meeting!

 

AGENDA

WHAT PLACE WILL BATTERY STORAGE PLAY IN THE NEAR FUTURE?

We will have two speakers. 

Peter Parrish will be speaking about the market for the residential as well as the larger commercial settings, that have different value propositions. He will talk about the difficulty of guaranteeing demand reduction with just PV and the actual data that has been accumulating in that area. 

Jason Groves and Milissa Marona with Sonnen, a Los Angeles based battery company will speak about the latest technologies in the battery market. What part will energy storage play in the future of solar electric, or for that matter, in the future of all utility customers. The utilities are slowly moving the “peak” periods into the late afternoon and evenings so there can be huge savings by storing electricity from solar to be used during these peak periods. 

 

NEM 2

Still the big topic up North (Sacramento). Problem now is that most of the Muni’s are capping out and dropping out. Many due to their interpretation of what 5% is. 

 

CCA’s / WTH? (COMMUNITY CHOICE AGGREGATION) 

It’s not a new concept, but it looks like it may be getting traction. Can a small player play or is this just for the “big fish”? 

 

VIRTUAL NET METERING…….WHAT????? 

I (Ron) have been invited to join a Dept. of Energy sponsored panel to evaluate and develop ways to create a successful Virtual Net Metering program, (NEM V). I will reveal the up sides and down sides to getting involved in the concept. It can be a very complicated program, but once one has the formula, it could take off like a rocket. 

 

LADWP

New rate changes coming. 

 

ROD BERGEN AND CONTRACT LAW

Rod will stimulate our contract writing intelligence. Always great information.


What: Greater LA Chapter Meeting

When: Tuesday, April 19th, 1:00 to 4 PM

Where: Coco's Family Restaurant

10841 Sepulveda Blvd.

Mission Hills, CA 91345

Apr
13
5:30 pm17:30

San Diego Chapter Meeting

Join Us at the April 13 San Diego Chapter Meeting!

GRID Alternatives will be the guest speaker. GRID is focusing on workforce development. The organization is looking to partner with local solar firms to assist with job placement.

NEM 2.0 will also be a topic discussed during the meeting. 

What: San Diego Chapter Meeting

When: Wednesday, April 13th, 5:30 to 7 PM

Where: Center for Sustainable Energy

9325 Sky Park Court, Suite 100

San Diego, CA

 

NABCEP Continuing Education Conference
Apr
4
Apr 6

NABCEP Continuing Education Conference

  • 1404 Vacation Rd, San Diego, CA 92109

About the NABCEP CE Conference: This conference is primarily intended for NABCEP Certified Professionals who need continuing education credits in order to maintain their certification. The content presented in this conference is geared toward seasoned PV industry professionals who have several years of installation and/or technical sales experience. This is the ideal opportunity for NABCEP Certified PV Installation Professionals and PV Technical Sales Professionals to obtain all of the continuing education credits needed for recertification (18 hours every three years). Non-certified professionals can earn up to 18 hours toward certification eligibility.

2016 Panel Session Topics:  C&I Energy Storage and Demand Responses – Code Compliant Interconnections – Community Solar and Virtual Net-Metering Project Opportunities – Customer Acquisition & Business Development Tools and Strategies – Effective Sales Techniques – Energy Storage Options – Finance Options – Grounding and UL2703 – Managing Worker Safety – Micro-Electronics Options – Microgrids and Advanced Inverter Functionality – Multi-MW & 1000V System Design – Rapid Shutdown Requirements and Solutions – Roofing Topics for Solar Professionals – System Design Tool Options – Utility Rate Structure-s Impact on Solar Business and System Designs


Mar
31
5:00 pm17:00

Bay Area Chapter Meeting

Join us for the next Bi-Monthly meetingTopic:

"CCA's" Community Choice Aggregation

Coming to the Bay Area


Date: Thursday, March 31st, 2016
Time: 5:00PM - 7:00PM

Location: Sunverge HQ
950 Minna St, San Francisco, CA 94103 (seating limited)

Are You Ready for the Community Choice Energy Tsunami?


Community Choice Energy programs put local governments in charge of purchasing electricity for their residents and businesses. In California, they have focused on procuring far more renewable energy than PG&E currently provides. Marin's and Sonoma's programs are operational, and San Francisco's begins to ramp up this Spring. Meanwhile, San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties have each created their own Community Choice programs. What does this explosion of new programs mean for CALSEIA members, and how can our members profitably participate in existing and newly formed programs?
 
Bruce Karney, a solar industry veteran and environmental activist, will moderate a panel consisting of Melody Tovar, Regulatory Programs Division Manager for the City of Sunnyvale, and Greg Brehm, Director of Power Resources at Marin Clean Energy.

And, take a tour of Sunverge - A leader in batterey technology for solar. See, touch, and feel the Sunverge battery and get a tour of the entire operation at Sunverge.

Speakers:

Melody Tovar
Regulatory Programs Division Manager, City of Sunnyvale


Melody is a Division Manager with the City of Sunnyvale’s Environmental Services Department. Her division implements services in support of the department’s utility functions with an emphasis on the City’s sustainability initiatives and water resource. Since 2014, Ms. Tovar has led the multi-jurisdictional partnership to bring a Community Choice Energy program to Silicon Valley. Ms. Tovar has more than 20 years of experience in developing, implementing, and managing environmental programs for municipal agencies. Ms. Tovar has a Bachelors Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Stanford University and is a California registered professional engineer. 

Greg Brehm
Director of Power Resources, Marin Clean Energy

Greg Brehm has been Marin Clean Energy's Director of Power Resources for four years. His responsibilities include resource planning, procurement, contract negotiation and portfolio integration, local project development, permitting and interconnection support and power contract settlements. Prior to that, he directed California solar project development for OPDE. Earlier in his career he was operations manager and senior consultant for two Joint Powers Authorities/irrigation districts and water agencies managing direct access power scheduling and settlements throughout California.

Food & drinks sponsored by:

 
 
Mar
30
5:00 pm17:00

North Bay Chapter Meeting

Join us for the first 2016 quarterly meeting of the CalSEIA North Bay Chapter membership at the Center for Climate Protection in Santa Rosa.

We'd like to thank this meeting's sponsor Synergy Solar of Sebastopol for drinks and snacks! We'll start the official proceedings at 5:30, giving us a bit of social time at the beginning of the evening.

We will have a guest speaker from Sonoma Clean Power to offer perspective on recent and upcoming changes to PG&E fees and rates, and how they are addressing inquiries from current solar customers.

We will also be hearing a report from Brad Heavner on the current E7 rate issue with PG&E, as well as updates on CalSEIA-sponsored legislation and other current legislative and regulatory issues.

There will be time for questions and discussion on these issues,  

This meeting is open to CalSEIA members and invited guests only. If you are a prospective member you are welcome to attend up to two North Bay Chapter meetings, after which you must become a member.

What: North Bay Chapter Meeting

When: Wednesday, March 30th, 5 to 7 PM

Where: Center for Climate Protection

Conference Room (on the 5th Street side of the building)

831 Fourth Street, between E Street and Brookwood

Santa Rosa, CA

 

Note on parking: Please don't park in the Chase Bank lot on 5th. There is parking in the neighborhood and a parking garage at 735 5th Street.

 

Thank you and see you there!

Mar
30
4:00 pm16:00

Sacramento Chapter Meeting

 
 

Don't Miss out on this fun opportunity!

Join CALSEIA at Yolo Brewing Co. for the Solar Social


 

Wednesday, March 30th

4-6 PM at the

YOLO Brewing Co.


Come join CALSEIA at this great solar networking opportunity! Talk with other professionals in the industry while enjoying a freshly poured brew at
Yolo Brewing Company.

Mar
24
5:30 pm17:30

Central Valley Chapter Meeting

Join CALSEIA's Central Valley Chapter for a discussion on NEM 2.0 and Fresno Permitting Issues.

Location: 

Altsys Solar, 1434 E. Tulare Avenue, Tulare, CA, 93274

Speaker:

Brad Heavner, Policy Director, CALSEIA

 

Food & drinks sponsored by:

Mar
24
8:00 am08:00

INTERSOLAR SUMMIT USA East

March 24, 2016| Brooklyn, NY, USA

Intersolar Summit is returning to Brooklyn NY on March 24, 2016! With both solar and energy storage markets surging in the northeast, the organizers expect another sell-out to solar and storage professionals engaged in all aspects of these growing markets, especially now the solar investment tax credit (ITC) has been extended for another 5 years and Governor Cuomo has announced New York State’s approval of a $5 billion Clean Energy Fund to encourage renewable sources of electricity.

Intersolar Summit USA East gives its attendees a perfect chance, to stay on top of latest policy developments, opportunities and key issues impacting the U.S. East Coast solar and energy storage markets. Officially supported by the New York State Senate represented by New York State Senator Kevin S. Parker it offers great business matchmaking opportunities with regional market key players.

Further information: http://www.intersolarglobal.com/en/summits/usa-east.html


Event: Intersolar Summit USA 2016
When: March 24, 2016
Where: New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
              333 Adams Street
              Brooklyn, New York NY 11201
Link: www.intersolarglobal.com/en/summits/usa-east.html 
Contact: Barbara Pilz, +49 7231 58598-28
              Jim Callihan, +1 603 547-7057

 

*If you are a CALSEIA Member, click here to receive the Member-Code for 20%-off registration!

Mar
10
9:30 am09:30

CALSEIA Q1 Board Meeting

 
 

CALSEIA Members are invited to join us in Sacramento on Thursday, March 10th, for our Q1 Board Meeting.

 

Q1 Board Meeting
 
Thursday, March 10
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza
Fresno Room, Ground Floor
300 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

info@calseia.org | 916-228-4567

Agendas will be sent out prior to the meeting to those who RSVP.

Solar Power Colorado
Mar
7
Mar 9

Solar Power Colorado

  • Omni Resort and Conference Center

Solar Power Colorado is the largest regional solar conference and exposition in the nation, and it’s coming up quickly on March, 7-9, 2016.  Please join solar leaders and advocates as we explore how to bring solar energy into the mainstream of our energy resources. Learn from industry insiders, government officials, utility executives and top analysts as we explore what it will take for the solar industry to grow and prosper in a new era. 

In addition to stimulating speakers, interactive panel discussions and training sessions, Solar Power Colorado offers an opportunity to network with solar leaders and explore the latest technology from leading companies in the Expo Hall. It’s all happening at the Omni Resort and Conference Center in Broomfield, Colorado.

Learn more about the 2016 Solar Power Colorado or call COSEIA for more information: 303-333-7342

Feb
11
Feb 12

EGIA Leadership Academy

  • Silverado Resort

Special Offer for CALSEIA Members

The 2016 EGIA Leadership Academy Conference Tour is coming to Napa on February 11th and 12th as well as four other cities across the country in early 2016! The events will bring contractors and product manufacturers and distributors together with some of the contracting industry's most powerful, thought provoking and influential business trainers and consultants.

These high-impact 2 day educational events are designed to provide you with the knowledge, insight and tools you need to take your business to a whole new level in 2016 and beyond.

Feb
9
1:00 pm13:00

LA Chapter Meeting

Join us at the LA Chapter Meeting on February 9, 1:00 to 4:00 pm.

Speaker: Brad Heavner, Policy Director, CALSEIA

Location: Coco’s Restaurant

10841 Sepulveda Blvd.

Mission Hills, CA 91345   818-365-3309

For more info, contact Ron Mulick

Jan
29
9:00 am09:00

Contractor Day - SoCal

  • CSE

SOCAL CONTRACTOR DAY | JANUARY 29, 2016   

9:00AM-6:30PM |  9325 SKY PARK CT., SAN DIEGO, CA 92123 

Registration includes:

  • 5 workshops on hot topics led by the industry's leaders on relevant to running your day to day business. 
  • Policy Q&A from CALSEIA experts over catered lunch.
  • Networking & Cocktails from 5:30pm-6:30pm after the workshops to unwind and discuss the panels with experts and peers. Food and drinks provided.
  • Free expo pass to largest-attended solar expo in U.S., Intersolar North America July 12-14 in San Francisco.
  • CALSEIA members get 20% off Conference registration to Intersolar North America 2016.

SOCAL CONTRACTOR DAY SUPPORTERS