June 12-13, 2023 | USA
Utility scale solar and wind is on an unstoppable trajectory. While scaling up is essential to our renewable goals it brings with it growing pains in operational and commercial asset management, combined with a new wave of investors demanding top financial performance, there has never been a more important time to achieve an equilibrium across your wind and solar portfolios.
Interconnection costs, the rising price of labour, and PPA compression are amongst some of the heaviest hitting challenges facing an asset manager in the current climate. Pushing projects over the threshold into financial unviability.
September 18-20, 2023 | USA
Renewable Energy Markets (REM)™ is the clean energy industry's most important annual event focused on the states, businesses, organizations, and households that choose clean, renewable electricity every day.
Since 1997, REM™ has been the leading forum for the clean energy marketplace, and is attended by leaders from federal and state governments, large corporate purchasers, the nation's leading utilities and electricity generators, and marketers from around the world. REM™ is organized by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions, with significant support from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
October 30-31, 2023 | USA
United Scientific Group (USG) a non-profit scientific organization proudly announcing the First International Conference on NextGen Solar scheduled on October 30-31, 2023 in San Francisco, CA, USA and excitedly welcome members from all over the world.
This conference aims and dedicates itself to provide networking possibilities for researchers, scientists, engineers, and scholars to share their experience, amazing ideas to attend and present their research activities on Solar Power Systems, Modern Technologies, well established and the budding entrepreneurs to discuss the present and future perspectives entailing progress, challenges in research and development.
October 23-24, 2023 | USA
The energy industry is witnessing a surge in clean energy technologies from startups and established companies alike. Falling costs, improved technology, and government incentives are boosting the capacity of renewable sources such as solar, wind, and energy storage on the U.S. power grid.