Join GRID Alternatives for lively discussions with women working in every aspect of the solar industry, from construction to tech to sales and marketing. These quarterly webcasts are an opportunity to learn from successful solar women about the joys and challenges of their work in a rapidly growing and changing industry.
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Regardless of your company’s place in the value chain, codes and standards impact your solar business. This webinar is the third in a series that will help you understand the role codes & standards play in your delivery of solar goods and services. This webinar will cover how solar products ultimately get accepted in the marketplace, what tools and best practices are available for use and reference by the professionals engaged in that process, and how industry can work collaboratively with regulators to ensure smooth permitting and deployment.
From the White House to Fortune 500 company leaders, the Women in Green Forum's annual program features the environmental industry's brightest and most innovative speakers. The mission of the Women In Green Forum is to create a venue for sustainability professionals to develop the skills necessary for professional success, to promote women’s leadership across the environmental industry, and to channel our efforts on building a better world where both genders have equal access to and are involved in leadership and decision-making.
Join SEIA’s State Affairs Team for a half day seminar on the future of solar policy in Massachusetts. Panelists will discuss the latest trends in the solar market, the potential design of new incentive programs, the future of net metering, and the need for an overall solar goal for the Commonwealth.
Solar Power International (SPI) generates success for solar energy professionals and the global solar industry. SPI is ranked #109 in the Top 250 Largest Trade Shows (by Trade Show News Network), making SPI the largest solar show in North America. In addition, SPI is a Gold 100 trade show (as ranked by Trade Show Executive), making it the only solar show to make both lists.
Bringing your product to market involves having a navigable knowledge of local, state, regional, federal and international requirements for how products are designed and installed; these requirements are continually changing, upgrading and developing; affecting costs and opportunities. This workshop will confer a foundation understanding of the codes and standards landscape, how it is developing, and how you can become involved.
Certain market sectors remain difficult to pry open, often due to financing complexities associated with short-term tenancy and/or tenants that have unrated or lower credit. PACE may be a critical tool to hurdling this barrier. This workshop will provide a valuable high-level overview of how PACE financing can open those markets for solar deployment as well as key detail on how to navigate the PACE pathway.
We’re celebrating our members! You are invited to the annual SEIA Member Networking Breakfast at SPI. Join us for a delicious breakfast and hear a brief policy update from SEIA’s Vice Presidents and a message from SEIA’s Interim CEO Tom Kimbis.
VERGE is a global event series focusing on the technologies and systems that accelerate sustainability solutions across sectors in a climate-constrained world.
The event began in 2011 with three events — in Shanghai, London and San Francisco — held within 36 hours and livestreamed to a global audience. Since then, VERGE events have been held in Boston, Honolulu, London, New York, Paris, San Francisco, São Paulo and Washington, D.C. The flagship event is held each fall in Silicon Valley, the world’s innovation hub.
Building on last year’s sold out conference, REV Future 2016 will bring together key stakeholders, technology providers, utilities and state policy makers to discuss actionable business strategies to operationalize the ongoing initiative for a clean, resilient and affordable energy system in New York.