Texas Renewable Energy Industries Alliance (TREIA) is a multi-disciplinary network of individuals and organizations working together to understand and deliver on member priorities; increase renewable energy across Texas; grow the local and state economy; and, create jobs. Our industry stakeholders are involved in a diverse portfolio of renewable energy solutions including but not limited to: solar, wind, biomass, biofuel, energy efficiency, geothermal, hydro, ocean, and energy storage which provide balanced solutions and input to challenges facing our industry.

TREIA is committed to modernize the power grid to advance renewable integration through industry collaboration and strategic alliances with a goal to achieve 50% renewable energy in Texas by 2030.


Mark your calendars for GridNEXT 2018

 

Save the Date

Sunday, October 21 - Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel & Conference Center
1101 Woodlawn Avenue, Georgetown, TX 78628


The energy-industry conference focused specifically on how renewable technologies in Texas are transforming the Grid of the Future


This year's event will focus on resilience, sustainability, and communities. Renewables are a critical part of how we create a more resilient grid, lessen the potential future impacts of climate change, and help strengthen communities economically.

Check out our Story & Mission

 

Join

6 Reasons to join thought-leaders from across the utility industry and renewable energy sectors.

Luncheon

Thank you to all who attended our Luncheon: Puerto Rico Crisis - TREIA Member Response

 

Peter Kelly-Detwiler
Consultant & Energy Writer & Storyteller in Residence

Julie Beggs 
TREIA Development Officer

Kait Johnston 
TREIA Business Analyst & GridNEXT Event Planner

Gaby Hoey
Art Director


TEXAS AT FOREFRONT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

Just this week CBS This Morning featured the Texas renewable energy economy in its “What’s Working’ series.  Host Steve Inskip noted that the fastest growing job categories in the U.S. are wind turbine technicians and solar installers. The wind industry in Texas alone is responsible for 24,000 jobs.