Around the country, large corporations and small businesses are installing solar and other clean energy systems to power their operations, support their bottom lines, and achieve ambitious decarbonization goals. Corporate procurement of solar energy is driving significant demand across market segments, and will be a key factor in the industry’s long-term growth.
SEIA’s latest Solar Means Business report, which tracks the top commercial solar users in the United States, is set to be released on November 17th and will cover the latest trends in commercial solar procurement and the significant growth in this key market over the last several years. Join industry experts and commercial buyers to hear about the projects that are leading the way and the challenges that remain to fully realize the potential of commercial clean energy.
This short virtual seminar will serve as an essential primer on the state of corporate solar procurement today, and is a can’t-miss event ahead of SEIA’s premier annual event, the Finance, Tax & Buyers Seminar, taking place March 20-21, 2023 in New York City.
- Shawn Rumery, Senior Director of Research, SEIA
- Tyler Thompson, Research Analyst, SEIA
- Hannah Abell, Energy Strategy Engineer, GM
- Jared Freidman, Vice President, Global Energy, Prologis
- Emily McLachlan, Director of Sustainability, Federal Realty
- $100 for SEIA members
- $200 for nonmembers