2016 Membership Appreciation & Holiday Party

Join SolarNV on Friday December 16th as we celebrate the holidays and another year of support for renewables and thank our members old and new for their help and support!

This years Members Only Holiday Party will be at the (new) HI SCORES Arcade Bar on Blue Diamond Road. Party platters will be provided and (2) drink tickets for members.

And, we’ll have a membership promotion for new or renewing members – $15/year!

Date: THIS Friday, December 16th, 2016
6:00pm to 8:00pm
: 4785 Blue Diamond Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89139 (It looks like this used to be the Home Plate Bar & Grill)


November Monthly Meeting – The Latest Ballot Initiatives and Effects on Solar Customers

Guy Snow will give a presentation on the latest ballot initiatives and effects we can expect as Solar Customers.

Date: November 17th, 2016 (third Thursday of every month)
Time: 6:30 PM – Snacks and Beverages Served
Location: inNEVation Center (6795 Edmond St.), 3rd Floor

Event – Brookings Scholar Lecture Series

brookingslegacy-nevadaBrooking’s Scholar Lecture Series: “Growth Without (Emissions) Growth: State Progress and Drift on Decoupling”

November 15, 2016,
6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
UNLV Greenspun Hall Auditorium (1st Floor)

Brooking’s Mountain West presents: Growth Without (Emissions) Growth: State Progress and Drift on Decoupling,” a talk by Devashree Saha, Ph.D., senior policy associate & associate fellow, Metropolitan Policy, Brooking’s Institution.

Decoupling of GDP growth from growth in carbon emissions is taking on an increasing salience since it represents the squaring of the circle necessary to decarbonize the global economy while maintaining economic growth. Now the evidence says that since 2000 the United States has fully decoupled economic growth from carbon emissions: GDP went up by 30 percent over the past 15 years while carbon emissions decreased by 10 percent. This public lecture and presentation will discuss how the transformation of economic growth towards a lower dependency on fossil fuels and related carbon emissions is happening across U.S. states including in Nevada.

This event is free and open to the public.

Devashree Saha is a senior policy associate and associate fellow at the Brooking’s Institution Metropolitan Policy Program. Her research primarily focuses on the intersection of clean energy and economic development policy, including the transition to a clean energy economy. Prior to joining Brooking’s, Saha worked at the National Governors Association, where her work spanned clean energy, transportation, and land use planning issues. She holds a Ph.D. in public policy from the University of Texas at Austin and a master’s in political science from Purdue University.

October Monthly Meeting – Solar Transparent Window Systems

Tom Gleason from Gleason Partners, LLC will be giving a presentation on the solar transparent window systems for homes, commercial buildings and office towers.


“Our solar transparent windows feature inner double glazing and outer thin film solar panel, with 80% transparency. Depending on the window type, inner window can be opened in regular and/or tilt position, while the solar panel screen can be also opened, with an actuator option for sun tracking.”

Date: October 20th, 2016 (third Thursday of every month)
Time: 6:30 PM – Snacks and Beverages Served
Location: inNEVation Center (6795 Edmond St.), 3rd Floor


September Monthly Meeting – Member Experience

dsc01954For our September 2016 meeting, SolarNV.org member Bonnie Lemert will share her experience with purchasing a PV system and an electric vehicle.  Because these are major, long term investments, getting as much information before committing to them is important.  If you already have a PV system or electric vehicle, please come ready to share your ideas and suggestions with those who are still considering whether or not to go for it!


Date: September 15th, 2016 (third Thursday of every month)
Time: 6:30 PM – Snacks and Beverages Served
Location: inNEVation Center (6795 Edmond St.), 3rd Floor

August Monthly Meeting – Cancelled

Sorry folks. This month’s meeting is cancelled. Hopefully we will see you all in September.