to Sep 26

Solar Power International (Salt Lake City, UT)

The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) are the leaders in research and education for the solar industry in the US. In addition, advocacy is a top priority at SEIA.

All Solar Power Events are produced by SEIA and SEPA, including the development of the cutting-edge educational programs offered at each show. What sets Solar Power Events apart from other conferences is the support of these two organizations. All proceeds from the events go straight back into the industry.

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to Jul 25

Renewables: Extracting Value from Power Markets (La Jolla, CA)

Come here MEI Managing Partner Richard Walsh and several other quality speakers at this great event.

As renewable PPAs become shorter and rarer, and new renewable transactions are becoming increasingly linked to regional power markets, everyone–renewable developers, operators, financiers and investors–needs to have an in-depth knowledge of the risks and market fundamentals in every organized regional power market. This unique meeting will provide a searching discussion of these critical issues:

  • What are top forecasters’ views on future price and power market fundamentals — for each power market?

  • What market design changes are on the horizon — and what do they mean for your decision making?

  • How can you better evaluate price curves, the merchant value of renewables and merchant tails?

  • Where are the best opportunities for hedge deals and their risks and challenges?

  • What are the optimal approaches to managing congestion and basis risk exposure — in each market?

  • How is each power market impacting renewable energy transaction structures and the quantification and allocation of risks?

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to Jul 19

Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy - Philadelphia, PA

Come here MEI Managing Partner Steve Cunningham and several other quality speakers at this great event.

The demand for renewable energy is rapidly expanding across the Mid-Atlantic market driven by new & ambitious RPS goals, growing demand from corporate and other consumers, and the retirement of traditional generation assets.

However, contention with market rule changes, the looming expiration of federal tax credits, and the lack of strategic & tactical plans to implement state mandates contribute to uncertainty among the development community. Industry stakeholders need to assess the impacts of these challenges on the success & failure of their plans, and only the best-informed will be able to overcome these complexities and get their projects to completion.

Infocast’s Mid-Atlantic Renewable Energy, July 17-19, 2019, will bring policy-makers & regulators together with utilities, IPPs, developers of Wind, Solar & Storage projects, investors, financiers and other industry stakeholders to examine the biggest PJM market challenges, navigate the complicated landscape, and take advantage of the vast opportunities for renewable energy in the market.

Plus! Attend the Pre-Summit Briefing: State Renewable Energy Policy, Procurement and Program Frameworks in the Mid-Atlantic Region. The renewable development community will gather for a state-by-state in-depth review of current & future policies, RPS goal updates, energy priorities, & incentive programs driving economic development and business opportunities for renewable energy in the Mid-Atlantic region.

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to May 15

GTM Solar Summit (Scottsdale, AZ)

Now in its 12th year, Solar Summit remains the premier conference for defining the latest industry needs from the experts. With hundreds of high-caliber attendees, we will cover the latest developments in module technology, how the ITC stepdown will impact project finance, emerging markets for distributed solar and much more.

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to Apr 10

EEI National Key Accounts (Seattle)

EEI’s semi-annual National Key Account Workshop is the venue where national, chain, and multi-site energy users can tackle all of their energy-related needs. Customers will learn about the latest public policies affecting the energy industry, meet with their utility account and energy supply representatives, and learn about new technologies, products, and services designed to save them money.

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5:30 PM17:30

ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum (Washington, D.C.)

Now in its 16th year, the ACORE’s Renewable Energy Policy Forum is the nation’s leading pan-technology renewable energy policy summit.

The forum brings industry leaders and policymakers together to discuss energy and tax policy, debate key issues in the changing electricity marketplace, and identify priorities for Congress, the states, and relevant agencies.

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to Feb 28

GreenBiz 2019 (Phoenix)

Join more than 1,200 of the world’s brightest thinkers and most influential sustainability leaders for an unparalleled look into the pressing challenges, emerging trends and biggest opportunities in sustainable business today.

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to Feb 6

Solar Power Northeast (Boston)

Solar Power Northeast is the largest forum in the Northeast for the solar and energy storage industries to come together and learn about the trends and legislation impacting grid resilience and reliability in the region. This event will feature three tracks of education plus, extensive networking opportunities.

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to Jan 18

Projects and Money Conference (New Orleans, LA)

Leading project developers and the financial community will gather in New Orleans to kick off their year at Projects & Money. This dynamic event has developed a growing, dedicated following by creating a powerful venue for the project finance community to connect, share information about upcoming project opportunities, and hear the best available outlook on the financing landscape and deal-making opportunities.

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