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COSEIA 2015 Solar Power Colorado Conference

The Next 25 Years: Celebrating COSEIA’s first quarter century and looking ahead to the future of solar energy.

Monday, February 23rd, 12:30 pm -7:30 pm
Tuesday, February 24th, 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
Wednesday, February 25th, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
The Omni Resort and Conference Center
500 Interlocken Blvd, Broomfield, CO

COSEIA2015LogoCOSEIA’s annual gathering is the year’s largest business-to-business opportunity for networking with solar industry executives, identifying new market opportunities, gaining insight into the latest thinking on policy and technology, and learning about exciting new solar products at the Expo Hall.

They’re finalizing a program filled with industry insiders with valuable business insights to share. This is your best chance all year to network in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains with hundreds of solar professionals from around the nation.

This year, they are honoring COSEIA’s 25-year history – and focusing on the future. A panel of CEOs and executives will explore what it will take to enhance Colorado’s solar leadership in changing times. The conference will focus another plenary session on utilities of the future and how solar can scale up to become a major source of energy. Breakout sessions will explore climate change policy and new models of financing solar. National experts will share insights on solar thermal technologies and business models along with batteries and storage and integrating more renewables into the grid.

COSEIA Solar Power Conference Approaching

Don’t miss this opportunity to sign up for Solar Power Colorado 2014

February 24th – 26th, 2014
The Omni Resort & Conference Center
500 Interlocken Blvd, Broomfield, CO 80021

This year the COSEIA annual conference has a great lineup of speakers. Executives from Sun Edison, Namasté Solar, RGS Energy, and REC Solar are among the panelists. They’ll be talking about the state of the industry at the open plenary, moderated by SEIA’s Rhone Resch.

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Highlights of the conference include:

Opportunities in Solar: Hear the perspective of top venture capitalists who finance clean tech on Tuesday, and on Wednesday learn about new solar financing products and trends. Interesting solar developments are on the horizon for new home builders, nonprofits and did we say marijuana? Colorado’s newest industry needs lots of electricity to grow those plants.

Policy Updates You Won’t Want to Miss: Busy? Short of time? COSEIA will bring you up to date on key policy trends affecting our industry: We’ll cover net metering challenges, the evolution of community solar, progress in reducing soft costs, and our latest solar thermal policy goals.

New Solar Technologies: From batteries and storage to EV charging stations and new solar thermal technologies, there’s a lot happening on the R & D front. Get updates from the innovators themselves.

Training: A full program of training sponsored by companies including Quick Mount PV, Solectria, Advanced Energy and Solar Energy International will provide opportunities to earn NABCEP continuing education credits throughout the conference.

COSEIA Solar Power Colorado Conference

The Region’s Largest B2B Solar Conference and Expo

February 24th – 26th, 2014
The Omni Resort & Conference Center
500 Interlocken Blvd, Broomfield, CO 80021

COSEIA’s annual gathering is the year’s largest business-to-business opportunity for networking with solar industry executives, identifying new market opportunities, gaining insight into the latest information on policy initiatives, and learning about exciting new solar products at the Expo Hall.

We’re finalizing a program filled with  industry insiders who have valuable business insights to share. This is your best chance all year to network in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains with hundreds of solar professionals from around the nation.

A dozen separate panels will bring national experts in batteries and storage, electric vehicles and new solar thermal technologies to Colorado. We’ll delve into thorny policy debates on net metering, solar thermal incentives and reducing soft costs. We’ll introduce you to major solar customers from the military to top retailers. A panel of solar CEOs will highlight coming trends and challenges while utility leaders will forecast the future of utility scale solar.

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