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The Grid Forward community is active across a wide range of objectives, topics, activities… and events. The events calendar below is a curated collection of the events we see that have the most interest and participation among the grid modernization organizations in our region. If you know an event we should be featuring, please send a note to David Smith.
The Hawai’i Energy Conference brings together regional and national experts on energy policy, strategies, leadership and innovation. The 2020 Conference will explore the timely issues of beneficial electrification and the design of an equitable energy transition. Participants will take a deep dive into how electrification can be “beneficial”. As more functions are served by electricity, demand for electricity will rise. This opens pathways for more deployment of renewable generation, which supports the sort of ambitious decarbonization goals that state legislatures…Find out more »
Our team of committee members has joined to create a conference consisting of the nation’s top speakers; dozens of educational sessions; hundreds of the finest vendors and exhibitors; a panel of the region’s most prominent general managers and CEOs; and our incredibly dynamic keynote speaker, Dr. Jen Welter, the first female coach in the NFL.Find out more »
The Oregon Solar Energy Conference is the nation’s best regional solar conference. In 2019 the conference hosted over 500 attendees representing over 220 companies, with over 30 exhibitors & sponsors and 57 sessions ranging from technical training to business training to solar policy. The conference offered over 20 hours registered for NABCEP CE.Find out more »
World Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition is the premier showcase for industry innovation, the longest-running conference devoted to electric mobility and technologies, and a symposium and exposition convening industry, academia and government leaders. It will assemble global leaders from industry, government, and academia in Portland to explore and discuss the technical, policy, and market achievements—and challenges—in advancing the electrification of transportation.Find out more »