• GSREIA currently represents 100 member companies from across the Gulf States and the US.

  • Solar is the Future: The Gulf States solar market has grown to over $100 million per year in just the last five years.

  • The installation of solar energy on homes and businesses creates 8x the jobs of coal or natural gas.

  • Residents who use solar power have lower energy bills allowing them more disposable income to invest in their communities.

  • Tax incentives for solar energy return 75% of each dollar invested back to the state.

  • Solar installations in Louisiana alone will save families more than $400 million dollars over the next 30 years.

Member Profile

Mississippi Solar

Mississippi Solar is a Licensed Solar Installer/Commercial Electrical Contractor and Residential Builder. We design, install and service solar systems. We are an authorized sales and service provider for back-up generators and electrical vehicle charging stations. As energy demands change you …

Project Profile

Louisiana Voices of Solar

The solar community is made up of people from across the state and of every walk of life. Listen to our individual stories that showcase the many ways solar is improving lives and moving Louisiana forward.

Industry Impacts

Learn more about the current job growth and future economic potential of renewable energy in the Gulf States.

News

Mississippi AG Releases Consumer Solar Guide

The Mississippi Attorney General’s office this week released its long awaited Consumer’s Guide to Solar  Energy. Developed in cooperation with several state agencies, GSREIA, and the Mississippi PSC, the Guide walks consumers and business owners through the process of considering and …

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The Gulf States Renewable Energy Industries Association (GSREIA) represents Solar and Renewable Energy firms throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama in matters of policy, regulation, and public relations. GSREIA is a non-profit, open-membership trade association with an elected board and officers, advocating to benefit the region’s economy and environment.