Solar Professionals

Due to an abundance of solar radiance and land availability, Texas is poised to lead the country in solar. The declining costs of solar technology is driving the solar industry to outpace most other sectors of the manufacturing industry. The U.S. solar industry directly employed 255,037 workers last year, up 9.2% from 2020, in which 47 states saw job growth in 2021, driven by growth in consumer, business, and utility demand (Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC)). Below are some resources to optimize your opportunities in Texas.


Find Solar Projects & Training      

Find Projects & Training Opportunities

Whether you want to get up-to-date information about RFPs, review past projects, or find training opportunities, here are resources that can help you get the job done.

Solar Organizations and Associations      

Solar Organizations & Associations

Connect with solar professionals around the state and the country.


Financing Solar      

Payment Options & Available Incentives

Make sure you are up to date and able to answer all your clients’ questions about available funding assistance and incentives for PV installations.


Solar Rights and Regulations      

Solar Rights & Regulations

These resources provide an overview of regulations pertaining to solar for homeowners, local governments, and nonprofit utilities.


Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC). "National Solar Jobs Census 2021" (2021).