Texas Solar Energy Society Welcomes You

                      
The TXSES Mission-
Educate citizens on the value of solar energy for their homes and in their communities, empower them to make informed decisions, and encourage them to connect with professional Texas solar businesses.
 
                           
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We are a chapter of the American       Solar Energy Society
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TXSES is a member of TREIA
TREIA represents 500 member companies in all areas of renewable energy, tapping the infinite to extend the finite.          
 

TXSES is a member of EarthShare Texas EarthShare Texas supports state and national environmental organizations through workplace giving campaigns and H-E-B's April tear pad donations. Reliant Energy customers may support us through Reliant EcoShare.

 
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When the financial giant Citigroup says the 'Age of Renewables has Begun', it's time for everyone to pay attention. More
 
The 18th Austin Cool House Tour is June 8 and we have 10 stunning energy efficient homes to show off and one Net Zero Energy neighborhood. Learn more
 
Austin Energy is close to signing a contract to purchase the the lowest priced solar power deal ever from two solar farms in West Texas. The total size is 150 MW with a price just below 5 cents per kilowatt-hour. That is far cheaper than solar energy had generally been going for...more
 
We have joined with Public Citizen to launch Solarize Texas, inspired by the success of the Plano Solar Advocates' Solarize Plano.
 
Austin Energy has issued a long awaited Request for Proposal for a proposed
3-4MW community solar project. Austin Energy customers who are unable or choose not to have rooftop solar may subscribe to the system to offset a portion of their electric use. The project is expected to be completed by mid-2015.
 
12 Trends Leading us to Zero Energy Homes Read this encouraging article that quotes Sam Rashkin, the U.S. Department of Energy’s chief architect for building technologies, on his presentation to the latest SPEER conference.
 
San Antonio has published a concise and clear checklist to insure that your planned solar system does not run into interference from your HOA.

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