Policy Committee >>> The OSEIA Policy Committee is charged with developing proposed policy positions on the broad range of issues that impact the solar industry. The committee will discuss potential policy positions and make recommendations to the OSEIA board as needed.
Chair: Shannon Souza, Vice Chair: Evan Ramsey
Membership Committee >>> The OSEIA Membership committee is charged with ensuring OSEIA Members receive proper value and that OSEIA maintains a growing membership revenue stream. This committee will work on new member leads, membership dues, member benefits, services & communication.
Chair: Kaitlin Borstelmann, Vice Chair: Brandon Gwinner
Workforce Development >>> The OSEIA education & training committee is charged with developing training and continuing education opportunities along various professions in the solar industry. This committee will work on the annual conference, workforce development grants, the solar technical training program, etc.
Chair: Oriana Magnera, Vice Chair: Kaitlin Borstelmann
Industry Ethics & Consumer Protection Committee >>> Chair: Mark Farrell, Vice Chair: Oriana Magnera
Energy Storage Committee >>> Chair: Thomas Farringer, Vice Chair: Caroline Whittinghill
Technical Committee >>> The OSEIA Technical Committee is charged with managing the specialized knowledge needed by the solar industry. The committee will discuss technical issues related to building codes, technical requirements and develop proposed policies as needed
Chair: Pat Schellerup, Vice Chair: Randy Feldhaus
LRT Committee >>> Chair: Eric Hansen, Vice Chair: Ryan Mayfield
Community Solar Committee >>> Chair: Charlie Coggeshall, Vice Chair: Evan Ramsey
Utility Solar Committee >>> Chair: Caroline Whittinghill, Vice Chair: Pat Schellerup
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