Media Advisory: Front Page Public Relations and AriSEIA to Host "Building a Solar Power Industry in Arizona" Conference

PHOENIX, AZ--(Marketwire - January 21, 2009) - Front Page Public Relations and the Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association (AriSEIA) invites the media to attend the area's first "Building a Solar Power Industry in Arizona" conference.

The solar power conference will host a series of business presentations that will detail Arizona's unique solar insolation footprint; the state's booming solar power industry; aggressive renewable energy public policy; a highly trained semiconductor workforce; and the available funding of more than $1.2 billion in renewable energy finance programs through 2025* to help build a solar power industry in Arizona. (* Source: Navigant Consulting - Arizona Solar Electric Roadmap Study)

Please join Arizona's leading renewable energy pioneers in making Arizona the Solar Capitol of the United States:

Who:   Arizona's Solar Power Industries Overview - Michael Neary - AriSEIA
       Solar Power Research & Development Programs - Stephen Goodnick - ASU
       Developing Public Policy for the Solar Power Industry - Tom Alston
        - AriSEIA
       Economic Benefits of Solar and Renewable Energy - Barry Broome
        - GPEC
       Arizona's Renewable Energy Standard - Kris Mayes - Arizona
        Corporation Commission
       APS' Renewable Energy Incentive Programs - Tony Tewelis - APS
       Selecting/Installing Solar Power Systems - Joseph DiMatteo
        - SunPower of Arizona

What:  "Building a Solar Power Industry in Arizona" Conference

Where: ASU Memorial Union, Turquoise Room #220
       Tempe, Arizona 85281

When:  Thursday, January 29, 2009 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Why:   To educate residential and business customers on how to become Solar
Champions in their neighborhoods and business parks and to promote the
installation of solar power systems to reduce carbon emissions thus helping
Arizona make the transition from carbon-based fuels to alternative supplies
of clean, green renewable energy.

AriSEIA's seminars and association marketing programs are an easy way to for solar companies to generate a steady stream of new customers that want to install solar power systems on their Arizona homes and businesses. To join AriSEIA please contact Michael Neary at: (602) 708-1497 or visit their website at:

To join Arizona's solar community outreach program and make presentations at future solar conferences, please contact Robert Hoskins at (602) 326-0940. More details on the "Building a Solar Power Industry in Arizona" conference are located at:

Contact Information: Contact: Robert Hoskins Front Page PR email: (602) 326-0940