Chapters and Affiliates


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TXSES is a chapter of the American Solar Energy Society, whose members have promoted solar energy since 1954. Their annual  National Solar Tour is the world's largest grassroots solar event, and in October 2012 involved over 550 communities.  This October, Texas will have tours in the DFW Metroplex and the Texas Hill Country.Join ASES and receive issues of Solar Today Magazine.
TXSES Chapters               
HREG_logo_high_res_0_0.jpgHREG  meets quarterly to discuss issues of renewable energy relevant to the area. Based on popular demand from surrounding communities, with the USGBC Texas Gulf Coast Chapter, they have produced a brochure that examines the history, incentives and barriers to solar in Houston. In October 2014, they will produce a virtual solar tour and host series of solar workshops at the Houston IKEA store. Join the conversation on the HREG Yahoo Group.
 Solar Austin Logo_0.jpg    Solar Austin hosts speakers and panels monthly, meeting at Schulz Garten on the third Tuesday of the month.  They have actively worked to keep the importance of solar incentives and clean job creation on the minds of Austin Energy and the Austin City Council. They actively promote policies that increase the goals for energy efficiency and the adoption of solar energy in the city.
LOGO SSA new_0_0.png     Learn more about the Solar San Antonio's innovative, Bring Solar Home Campaign, and their commitment to encourage residential and commercial installations.  With OCI Solar moving to town, the city has more solar under contract than any city in the nation. The goal is 400MW and the Mission solar manufacturing facility broke ground in spring 2013. Solar San Antonio is a powerhouse in the realms of promoting the adoption of solar, educating home and business owners on the value of solar, and protecting the right for fair compensation for solar power generated.  Don't miss Solar Fest 2014 on October 4.  
North Texas Renewable Energy Group
ntregtx_0_0.gifNTREG meets the second Saturday of the month at and boasts an impressive list of topics and guest speakers-everything from a presentation on living off the grid to the necessity of conservation in our Texas water crisis.  NTREG members Mike Renner and Dan Lipinski have been active with their solar trailers, powering everything from beer and music venues to disaster relief. The fith annual DFW Solar Home Tour is October 4 and will feture almost 50 projects, including homes, businesses, parks and schools, for their self guided tour. Join their Yahoo Group!




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