No matter your company size, mission, or location; there's plenty of ways to get involved with MnSEIA! Check out your New Member Handbook for more information, and, if you're not a member yet - join today!

    Participate in Our Policy & Regulatory Work:

    • Decide what policies MnSEIA works on: ​​​​​​Clean Energy Business Day at the Minnesota Capitol MnSEIA Solar PolicyMembers can suggest bill ideas and initiatives for MnSEIA staff to advocate for. Members can also contribute to our Legislative Prospectus, which directly funds MnSEIA staff, lobbyists, and which bills we work on at the Capitol.
    • Regulatory Docket commenting: MnSEIA welcomes feedback on regulatory comments we submit to the PUC. Join our Policy & Regulatory email list to receive updates.
    • Contact your legislators: Watch for Call to Action emails during the Legislative Session so you can ask your legislators to support our solar + storage bills! To testify during Session, email
    • Clean Energy Business Day: MnSEIA, in partnership with Clean Energy Economy Minnesota, bring our members to the Capitol each spring to meet with legislators and share your clean energy business stories. It's a great way to be involved in state policy that will impact your company!

    Join a MnSEIA Committee:

    All MnSEIA members can Board committees to work alongside staff and Board to support our initiatives. The following committees meet regularly or cyclically. The expected time and responsibilities for each committee varies, but is typically an hour or two of participation a month Please email for more information or to join a committee.

    • Diversity, Equity & Inclusion - Create a more diverse and equitable solar + storage industry.
    • Events - Help plan Member Meetings and other fun MnSEIA events throughout the year.
    • Gateway to Solar - Suggest panels and keynotes, recruit new sponsors, and support staff on our annual conference.
    • Membership - Support staff in finding new members and retaining existing members.
    • Nominating - Support MnSEIA's annual Board elections and recruit qualified candidates.
    • Policy & Regulatory - Provide guidance on policy issues during the Legislative Session and input on regulatory dockets.

      Sign-Up for Our Email Lists:

      MnSEIA members can join the email lists below. Please email to subscribe yourself or others at your company.

      • Minnesota Brightfields
      • Commercial & Industrial Installers
      • Community Solar Garden Developers
      • Developers
      • Distributed Generation (DG) Tariff
      • General Membership
      • Manufacturers
      • Policy & Regulatory Updates
      • Residential Installers
      • Utility Scale Solar

      Attend our Events:

      MnSEIA hosts quarterly Member Meetings that are open to all members as well as an annual trade conference, Gateway to Solar, each October. These events are great ways to network with members and learn more about the Minnesota industry. Check out our events page to add them to your calendar!

      Run for MnSEIA's Board of Directors:

      MnSEIA's Board of Directors are elected by our members each summer via online voting. As directed by our Bylaws, only current MnSEIA members in good standing are eligible to run for the Board. Board members serve three-year terms and help drive the strategic vision of MnSEIA, our policy initiatives, and oversee the management, finances, and other affairs of the organization. If you're interested in running for the Board, please email for more information.

      Join the President's Circle

      MnSEIA's President’s Circle brings you closer to MnSEIA's staff, Board, and other member companies. Unique benefits include: prominent logo placement and web link on our website homepage, exclusive quarterly meetings with President’s Circle members and MnSEIA staff, first option on leads MnSEIA receives, and much more. View the full list of benefits and pricing.

      Abbi Morgan, MnSEIA Director of Business Development and Communications



      Questions? Email MnSEIA's Director of Business Development & Communications,

      Abbi Morgan at

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