Missouri Solar Energy Industries Association
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MOSEIA Member Spotlight
EFS Energy is a solar panel installation company based in St. Louis, operating throughout the midwest. We’re focused on helping our customers achieve energy independence by generating clean, renewable energy from solar panel systems. Our team specializes in residential, agricultural and commercial customized solar installations. Solar is more affordable than ever, and financing options exist. Start your journey towards energy independence with EFS today.
St. Louis: 314-771-5131 |Springfield: 217-993-9801 | www.efsenergy.com
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MOSEIA, or the Missouri Solar Energy Industries Association, has over 50 members, representing all industries supporting the growth of solar. Each month we feature one of our many dedicated members through our Member Spotlight.
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We're looking forward to this SEIA state chapter roundtable & happy hour! Sean Gallagher, Vice President of State Affairs at SEIA has been officially confirmed as the SEIA representative who will deliver the opening remarks for this roundtable, which we are very...
sonnenBatterie Webinar Time: Thursday, February 28th 2019 11:00 am CST sonnenBatterie: a Key to Smart Energy Homes. The sonnenBatterie actively maximizes household solar consumption by storing excess solar for use later. Join Our Webinar to learn...
https://www.solarunitedneighbors.org/learn-the-issues/homeowners-associations-and-solar-access/hoa-solar-action-guide/ Need help getting your solar system approved by your HOA?
Ameren Missouri's Community Solar Ameren Missouri's Community Solar program is now open for enrollment! It's easy and accessible for virtually everyone; homeowners, renters and small businesses. Sign up today!
KCP&L Rebate Update As of Friday, GMO rebates were $5,446,210 out of $8M budget and KCP&L was $2,592,435 out of the $8M budget. Ameren Missouri's solar rebate program is still on track to open Thursday, November 1.