July Happy Hour with Warren Lasher of ERCOT

Join us on July 27th as Warren Lasher, the Senior Director of System Planning at ERCOT, sits down with Solar Austin to discuss what’s happening behind the scenes in Texas energy.

Solar Austin Hires First Executive Director

Tatianna Cannon headshot

Solar Austin is excited to introduce our first ever full-time Executive Director: Tatianna Cannon! When Tatianna joined our team this May, she kicked off an exciting new chapter for the organization, which has been run by the volunteer board of directors and part-time contract workers since 2003. This transition would not have been possible without […]

May Happy Hour, featuring Bill Hetherington, CEO of Bandera Electric Cooperative

Here at Solar Austin, we continue to peel back the curtain on local policy and utility action after February’s Winter Storm Uri. It’s not a mystery why over two-thirds of Texans, left in the cold and dark, view the performance of their local electric utility as more negative than positive. The one exception to Lone […]

Piper Maddox Green Careers Professional Workshop

Piper Maddox has partnered with Solar Austin’s Pathways to Clean Energy Careers to host a free resume review and interview prep workshop! Piper Maddox is one of the fastest growing Cleantech staffing partners in the U.S., recruiting exclusively into the renewable energy industry.As an invested supporter of Texas’ clean energy professionals, Piper Maddox is taking […]

April Happy Hour, featuring Austin Energy’s Tim Harvey

On April 27th, Austin Energy’s Tim Harvey will sit down with the Solar Austin community to discuss the city’s ever-evolving relationship with renewable energy. Offering insider updates on commercial solar and changes to Austin Energy’s solar portfolio, Tim gives us a glimpse of the future and the ways that Austin Energy’s current renewable energy programs are […]

March Happy Hour, the State of Solar in 2021

Join us on March 30th to learn what’s really happening on the policy and business front of Texas’ State of Solar in 2021! When a deadly winter storm descended last month, over 5 million homes and businesses were left without power. When the ice finally melted, Lone Star State officials began searching for answers, for […]