Clean Energy Events for Policymakers and Others
18 July 2018
19 July 2018
21 August 2018 to 23 August 2018
The 2018 Energy Exchange will bring together more than 3.000 thought leaders from the federal, private, education, and state and local government sectors will convene to accelerate the adoption of energy and water efficiency, integrated resilience, emerging and secure technologies and replicable renewable energy solutions. It will feature technical training sessions, interactive panels and learning opportunities from public and private sector market leaders. Learn more.
30 August 2018
Parched Power: Water Challenges and Solutions for India’s Power Sector (Stockholm, Sweden: World Water Week) »
As part of the World Water Week, the World Resources Institute and the International Renewable Energy Agency will be hosting an information session to discuss the challenges and implications associated with water use in India’s power sector. Learn more.
16 October 2018 to 19 October 2018
8th International Conference on Integration of Renewable and Distributed Energy Resources (Vienna, Austria) »
IRED is a global conference gathering experts from industry, government and academia to share information on state-of-the-art technologies, research and know-how and engage discuss the integration of renewable and distributed energy resources into the power systems. The conference will focus on the technical, market and regulatory issues that challenge integration. Learn more.
22 October 2018
The 2018 Rural Energy Conference—a one-day, multi-track conference—will convene leaders from industry, utilities, cooperatives, non-profits, academia and all levels of government to discuss how energy efficiency technologies and programs can help rural America leverage its unique characteristics for economic growth and social equity. Learn more.
7 November 2018 to 9 November 2018
CREF is the largest annual gathering of the Caribbean energy market. Last year, 550 attendees from 50 countries participated, and more than 25 Caribbean countries were represented by their government or by their utility, or in most instances, by both. Learn more.