Solar Industry Memberships & Affiliations
EcoFasten is a proud member of various national and state-level solar advocacy groups and certification boards.
AriSEIA (Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association) is the solar energy industries association for the state of Arizona, whose mission is developing and supporting policies that create advancement opportunities for Arizona’s economy through storage and solar energy. AriSEIA advocates for sustainable job creation – solar and complementary technologies – collaborating with stakeholders to encourage greater utilization of Arizona’s greatest natural resource: the sun.
CALSSA (California Solar & Storage Association) promotes smart, local clean energy technologies while supporting a wide variety of businesses in urban and rural communities and neighborhoods throughout California. CALSSA lobbies and advocates on behalf of members of the California state legislature.
COSSA (Colorado Solar & Storage Association) is the award-winning association that leads Colorado’s solar and storage industries and whose mission is to expand solar and storage markets, generating jobs and growth for the people of Colorado.
FlaSEIA (Florida Solar Energy Industries Association) is a non-profit trade association that, since 1977, has been protecting and promoting the interests of Florida’s solar energy industry. FlaSEIA’s longevity, along with contractor licensing and system certification standards, is partly responsible for consumer confidence and industry growth.
GSREIA (Gulf States Renewable Energy Industries Association) serves the states of Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana and is committed to advancing renewable energy policies at the state and local levels. GSREIA informs its members of every issue facing the renewable energy industry and acts as a
MSSIA (Mid-Atlantic Solar & Storage Industries Association) is the industry association serving the states of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, whose dedication is to advancing solar energy & storage as the primary Mid-Atlantic source of energy. MSSIA researches, designs, and advocates for policies to help grow solar, educate, and break down barriers that hinder solar development.
NABCEP (North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners) is a nationally recognized non-profit professional certification and accreditation organization for solar PV installers. NABCEP raises industry standards and promotes consumer confidence and is the most respected, well-established, and widely recognized certification organization for professionals in the field of renewable energy.
SEIA (Solar Energy Industries Association) is the national non-profit trade association of the U.S. solar industry. As the voice of the industry, SEIA advocates for protecting and expanding the market and the transition to a clean energy economy at the federal, state, and local levels.
TSPA (Texas Solar Power Association) is the Texas state industry trade association that promotes the development of solar in Texas. TSPA’s member companies help invest in the development of solar PV projects and products in Texas, serving both wholesale and retail markets.