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“ Building a Solar Power Industry in Arizona ”. “We have the potential to put millions more Americans back to work,” said Rhone Resch, CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association. Michael Neary President cell 602-708-1497 solar-guy@cox.net www.arizonasolarindustry.org. Michael Neary

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    1. “Building a Solar Power Industry in Arizona” “We have the potential to put millions more Americans back to work,” said Rhone Resch, CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association. Michael Neary President cell 602-708-1497 solar-guy@cox.net www.arizonasolarindustry.org Michael Neary President Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association Phone: (602) 708-1497

    2. Who is AriSEIA ? AriSEIAis the Arizona chapter of the Solar Energy Industries Association based in Washington DC. We work to expand markets, strengthen research and development, remove market barriers and improve education and outreach for solar energy industry in Arizona. Through SEIA we have have representation and a voice in the solar industry at the national level

    3. Who are our members…. Our members companies are involved in the sales, installation, manufacturing of solar electric and solar thermal systems. Members also include architects, engineers, utilities and others who are involved in the solar industry.

    4. Utility Scale Photovoltaics

    5. Utility Scale Solar Thermal

    6. Commercial Photovoltaics

    7. Commercial Solar Thermal

    8. Residential Photovoltaics

    9. Residential Solar Thermal

    10. ASU’s commitment to Sustainability Parking Structure #1 (864kW)

    11. Parking Structure #5 (731 kW)

    12. Coor Hall (108kW)

    13. To locate business that are involved in the installation of solar energy systems, go to : www.arizonasolarindustry.org

    14. The Arizona Solar Roadmap….a look back Long before other solar roadmaps were developed, AriSEIA was working on a “Solar Plan” for Arizona….. This plan included creating an incentive structure, eliminating roadblocks, and in general promoting greater use of solar energy in Arizona.

    15. …….Legislative Accomplishments Sales tax exemption Residential Solar Tax Credit Property tax exemptions Commercial tax credit Solar Rights for Homeowners

    16. Regulatory Affairs Deregulation & the Solar Portfolio Standard Environmental Portfolio Standard Renewable Energy Standard & Tariff

    17. Solar Rights for Homeowners Legislation - strengthen Arizona's existing statute Education - outreach to HOA’s and those who manage them. Litigation- - find homeowners will install solar and allow themselves to be sued by their HOA

    18. Combined Incentive Structure Creates the Market • Arizona Residential & Commercial Tax Credits • Federal ITC • Utility Programs under the Renewable Energy Standard and Tariff. (REST)

    19. Economic Development Benefits • Creates jobs in a variety of sectors. • Money saved is kept in our community - $2.8 million saved by Arizona families monthly equals $4.67 million in economic development benefits. • Increased property values for Arizona homeowners and businesses. • Potential export market

    20. Air Quality Benefits Pollution free electricity & water heating. One solar water heating system avoids the equivalent emissions of driving 6,540 miles, a 3 KW PV avoids the emissions of 9,369 miles of driving. The average solar swimming pool heating system avoids the production of 10,000 pounds of emissions.

    21. Thank you Michael Neary Desert Sun Solar, Inc. President Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association 623-587-6432 Cell 602-708-1497 www.arizonasolarindustry.org