Upcoming Event Offerings from TREIA's
Supporting Organizations and Members
Register today for the largest and most powerful solar and storage event in North America. September 24-27 in Anaheim, CA
The North American Development Bank (NADB) is proud to present the XXIII Border Energy Forum, which brings together local and state officials, private sector developers and investors, academics, large commercial users, and energy experts from the U.S. and Mexico. As the only U.S.-Mexico development bank, NADB has had the opportunity to participate in some of the most relevant clean energy projects developed in the last five years in the border region. NADB has financed close to US$1.5 billion for 35 projects representing total estimated investments of US$5.2 billion. Roughly, 2,548 MW of new generation capacity is being installed along the border.
GridNEXT 18 will be here before we know it! Board and staff have been hard at work inviting speakers, coordinating workshops and developing insightful panel discussions. There is still more work to do to put the bow on the present, but here’s what’s already in the box!
Sunday: A number of events (like golf), followed by evening networking at the Rentsch Brewery.
Monday: Pre-game, an update of last year’s SRO workshop.
The Main Event: Days 1 and 2 are packed with panels and speakers covering many fascinating topics.
And we heard your feedback from last year: there will be plenty of opportunities to meet new faces, share ideas, and network
Maximizing Renewables Integration through Grid Modernization
ACORE’s Renewable Energy Grid Forum convenes senior renewable energy executives, experts in the storage and technology sectors, system operators, financiers and corporate purchasers to maximize the use and integration of renewable energy in our nation’s power markets. Attendees will assess and advance efforts to promote a modernized grid that values flexibility, competition, reliability and resilience, as the U.S. increasingly fuels its economic growth with renewable power.
Solar Business Festival is the leading solar conference and exhibition in Texas that brings together forward-thinking experts, investors, and businesses in the retail, commercial, industrial, and residential industries, for two intensive days of networking, knowledge sharing, matchmaking and deal making.
For Renewable Power Players
Entering its 16th year, ACORE's Renewable Energy Policy Forum is the only pan-renewables summit that addresses the full range of state and national policy mechanisms most essential to growth.
On March 20, 2019, nationally recognized policymakers and business leaders will gather at the Conrad Hotel in Washington, D.C. to build out the renewable energy economy and help guide the most interesting and important conversations happening in power markets today.
SEIA predicts an additional 4,671 MW of new solar installations over next 5 years in Texas, ranking the state second in the USA for growth after California. In the last 3-months of 2017, Texas added 227 megawatts of solar capacity. To put that into perspective, Texas’ peak demand is was around 71 GW in 2016. Deployment of energy storage, too is set to grow rapidly in the state US-wide, there was an increase of 46% in the third quarter of 2017 and prices for lithium-ion in particular have dropped by 24% since 2016.