New York Solar Energy Society Conference: Bridge to Action Nov 17, 2017

  • 17 November 2017
  • Start time : 07:45 AM
  • End time : 05:00 PM
  • Event Host : New York Solar Energy Society
  • Event Location : 235 Hoosick Street, Troy, NY, 12180, United States
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Event Description

Solar and ground source together, flexible safe storage, new technologies, policies and regulations, community solar farms, finance, networking, jobs, education and more.

$115 members, $145 non-members.
Wine & cheese reception is an additional $25/person.

7:45 am
Networking Breakfast & Registration

8:45 am
Rick Lewandowski (bio) , “The Bicoastal Solar Energy Research Collaboration”

9:30 am
Dr Richard Perez (bio) , Sr. Researcher, Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University of Albany, "120% Solar Now + Storage"

10:45 am
Coffee Break:EXPO

11:00 am
Del Allison , Senior Vice President ViZn, "Big, Safe Storage"

Luncheon: Congressman Paul Tonko, "Bridge to Action, History of Change"

1:00 pm
"The Great Finance Debate", Stan Fishbein (bio) , Managing Partner, CleanView Capital

2:00 pm
"Solar Farms Deep Dive", Kevin Bailey , High Peaks Solar, Sandhya Murali (bio) , Dennis Phayre , EnterSolar

3:00 pm
Coffee break and visit EXPO

"Integration of PV and Solar Thermal Technologies with Geothermal Systems", Charles Lazin (bio) , President, Altren Energy, LLC

“Bridges to Solar Development and The 201 Solar Trade Case Status Report”, Tom Thompson (bio) , NYSES Policy Director

4:50 pm
Reception in the EXPO (see special pricing)

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • New York Solar Energy Society
  • Event type
    • Conference

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