SolarTech 2012 Solar Leadership Summit
March 7th and Thursday, March 8th
Mansion in San Jose, CA
See The Solar Foundation's Press Release promoting the 2012 Summit.
In 2011, the solar industry once again reduced costs and grew globally faster than predicted by stock analysts. With over 10% of global electricity coming from burning high cost diesel fuel and 20% of global electricty markets paying over $0.20/kWh - the solar industry still has a $10 Trillion market available to it without subsidies.
This is our moment!
Please join SolarTech in conjunction with State, National and Federal partners to collaborate over two days with industry leaders to address fundamental best practices core to accelerating the solar industry’s long term place in the U.S. energy mix through the Solar3.0 Platform.
The Solar Foundation is a co-planner for this event and will co-host a session at the summit. We hope to see you there!
Summit Promotional Brochure now available.
Register by Wednesday, February 1st to take advantage of the early bird rates! Register Now
|Reception and Keynote||$85||$105||$85|
|Reception and Keynote||$105||$125||$85|
WHY ATTEND THE SOLARTECH SOLAR LEADERSHIP SUMMIT?
At the SolarTech Solar Leadership Summit, attendees will have the opportunity to network, solve problems in real-time, and share best practices through break-out sessions with solar industry leaders. The Summit also offers real, actionable tools for confronting issues facing the solar industry, including permitting and performance best practices, workforce readiness and installation, interconnection, and streamlining of financing transactions.
The 2012 Summit will also include an expanded Day 2, focused on Solar 3.0 Solution Path Development. Introduced in 2011, the Solar 3.0 Platform for Process Innovation is a vision for standardization that looks at streamlining industry processes across the United States in order to remove up to $1/watt of market friction across residential and commerical sectors.
Who Should Attend?
• Appointed and Elected Officials
• Photovoltaic and solar thermal equipment and module manufacturers
• System integrators, contractors, installation professionals
• Project developers involved in sales, marketing and strategic planning
• Members of the financial community
• Industry analysts and market researchers
• Utility decision makers
• City building permitting, code officials, inspectors and staff representatives
• Economic Development agencies, Venture Capitalists
• Parallel industry professionals from the Built Environment, Energy Efficiency, Sustainability