February (virtual) Happy Hour featuring Karl Rabago and TXSES

Join us on February 22 as we discuss Value of Solar studies and how TXSES is helping advance and advocate for solar across the state. For more than four decades, TXSES has been the pre-eminent statewide organization developing free thought-leading, independent, fact-based educational materials that inspire innovation, share best practices and educate decision-makers on the […]

Solar Austin Pathways Program Expands to Include Installation Training

The solar pioneers of the Del Valle ISD Opportunity Center (DVOC) set an important precedent in the winter of 2021. They showed students how to take their power back through old school work-study programs. While the Department of Labor still tries to decide on the approval of national standards in solar apprenticeship programs, Texans are […]

Solar Austin: December Happy Hour & Tour of Community Solar Farm

Join us on December 9 for an IN-PERSON Solar Farm Tour and Happy Hour! Spots are limited on the tour, so sign up soon! After a long hiatus – Solar Austin’s in-person happy hours are back! Join us on Thursday, December 9th at 4:30 – 5:30 pm for a tour of a local community solar […]

October Happy Hour with Female Leaders In Distributed Generation + Solar Storage

Register to join Solar Austin for our monthly happy hour on October 26 as we get the latest on energy storage from the industry’s female leaders. In September and October, Solar Austin’s Happy Hour spotlight has been shining on Female Leaders in Energy Storage. A few years ago storage was regarded as a luxurious add-on […]

September Happy Hour with Female Leaders in Energy Storage

Join our monthly happy hour on September 28 as Solar Austin sits down with a panel of female leaders in the utility energy storage realm. About this event Join Solar Austin for our monthly happy hours on September 28 and October 26 as we get the latest on energy storage from the industry’s female leaders. […]

July Happy Hour with Warren Lasher of ERCOT

As Texans adapted to COVID lockdowns, extreme winter weather, and soaring summer temperatures, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, Inc. (ERCOT) underwent its own evolution with its ever-changing resource mix. One of four frequency-independent power grids in North America, ERCOT is one of a kind in that the balancing authority, the interconnection, and the regional […]