Solar and Energy Storage Texas has been postponed
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Solar Power Events and our partners have been guided by local, state, and national government and health authorities, as well as the communities we serve in making decisions about Solar & Energy Storage Texas. On April 27, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott lifted the stay-at-home order; however, limiting the openings to specific business types and capping venue capacities - preventing large public gatherings, like our conference.
The health, safety, and well-being of our stakeholders is our highest priority. Out of an abundance of caution and concern for your safety, Solar & Energy Storage Texas will be postponed.
Our team has reached out directly to exhibitors, sponsors, attendees, and speakers with information and next steps.
Thank you for your understanding. Additional information and future event dates can be found on this website as they are announced. We look forward to returning to Texas and continuing to support the solar and energy storage industry.
Solar and Energy Storage Texas, Powered by SEIA and SEPA
The event is produced by SEIA and SEPA. Unlike other solar conferences, all proceeds from the event support the expansion of the U.S. solar energy market through both associations’ year-round research and education activities, and SEIA’s advocacy.