Industry Partners

If you are interested in becoming a partner organization for future Solar Power Events, please complete the Industry Partner Form. For more information on the Industry Partner Program, please contact Lesley Fondren.

Thank You to Our Industry Partners!


AlaSIA Logo.jpgThe Alabama Solar Industry Association (AlaSIA) is a statewide, non-profit trade organization representing the interests of solar companies located throughout the state. Our organization serves as the voice for Alabama's solar industry, working to remove market barriers, engage in solar outreach and education, and expand solar markets. We seek to encourage the widespread use of the potential solar energy available and help Alabama become a leader in the solar industry. http://www.alasia.org/


The Cleanie Awards was established to amplify innovation stories in cleantech and shine a spotlight on funders to global market movers shaping the industry. We aspire to identify the unsung movers and shakers in the industry and generate much needed visibility for innovators and disruptors who are creating life changing solutions. cleanieawards.secure-platform.com


The EMerge Alliance is a nonprofit, open network of more than 100 organizations reinventing electric power through the development of forward-thinking standards for the highly efficient use of hybrid AC/DC power in a variety of buildings. These standards focus on delivering DC power directly to digital electronics and power storage systems, simplifying the use of locally produced clean energy and making systems more flexible, resilient and sustainable.   http://www.EMergeAlliance.org.


The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) builds the foundation for rapid adoption of clean energy and energy efficiency to benefit people, the economy, and our planet. Its vision is a 100% clean energy future that is reliable, resilient, and equitable. https://irecusa.org/

 


NC State Clean Energy Tech Center NCETC_logo_vertical_universCondensed_cmyk.jpgThe N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center provides services to the businesses and citizens of North Carolina and beyond relating to the development and adoption of clean energy technologies. Through its programs and activities, we envision and seek to promote the development and use of clean energy in ways that stimulate a sustainable economy while reducing dependence on foreign sources of energy, and mitigating the environmental impacts of fossil fuel use. https://nccleantech.ncsu.edu/

 


Solar Energy International (SEI)’s mission is to provide industry-leading technical training and expertise in renewable energy to empower people, communities, and businesses worldwide. www.solarenergy.org

 


The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) is a non-profit organization that promotes responsible energy choices that work to address the impacts of global climate change and ensure clean, safe and healthy communities throughout the Southeast. After more than 30 years, SACE remains the only regional organization solely focused on transforming the way we produce and consume energy in the Southeast. www.cleanenergy.org


srea-logo-2018.pngThe Southern Renewable Energy Association (SREA) is an industry-led initiative that promotes responsible use and development of wind energy, solar energy, energy storage and transmission solutions in the South. Our vision is for renewable energy to become a leading source of energy in the South and our mission is to promote responsible use and development of renewable energy in the South. https://www.southernrenewable.org/


TenneSEIA (Tennessee Solar Energy Industries Association) is the state affiliate for the national Solar Energy Industries Association, and represents the interest of the solar energy industry in Tennessee. www.tenneseiasolar.com

 


WRISE logoWRISE is a national nonprofit with a growing presence working across the renewable energy economy with over 30 chapters and a broad purpose-to change our energy future through the actions of women. www.wrisenergy.org