The Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association (TREIA) is a non-profit trade association established in 1984. Its members are companies, organizations, agencies and individuals involved in all of the renewable energy resources – solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and hydrokinetic. The membership includes (but is not limited to) dealers, distributors and installers of equipment, consultants, manufacturers, project development companies, power generators and marketers, design professionals, policymakers, program administrators, educators and researchers.
TREIA promotes these industries to the broader public, lobbies for positive legislative and regulatory outcomes, encourages high business standards and ethics, and facilitates the sharing of information, business opportunities and technologies among its membership and beyond.
TREIA’s stated purpose is “To promote the common business interest and to improve the business conditions of persons in Texas engaged in renewable energy industries.” TREIA currently has over 500 members.
Next Webinar Starts In:
|Date & Time (EDT)||Title||Presenters|
|Wednesday, November 19, 2014
12:00pm - 1:00pm
|What's in Store for Solar in the 2015 Texas Legislative Session? (Principal Solar Institute)||Russel Smith|
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