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Americas Competitiveness Exchange

April 2-3 Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center

The objective of the Exchange is to showcase successful examples of entrepreneurship, innovation, strategic investments and public-private partnerships from a specific region / country that contribute to the economic development at local, national and regional levels. The event brings 50 economic and political decision makers from across the Americas and beyond for a five-day tour of innovative hubs, leading firms and educational institutions, to explore local and regional economic development models, share experiences and knowledge, and build networks Among the local and visiting stakeholders to enhance innovation and competitiveness of the Americas.

California Solar Expo

May 1-2 San Diego Convention Center | Booth 94

The U.S. solar market is soaring. By the end of 2016, the U.S. solar industry is projected to install 14.5 GW of capacity, which is nearly double the amount installed in a record-breaking 2015. California is leading the pack with projection of current installations to hit 22,645 MW of solar electric capacity in the next five years, making it the perfect spot for the business-to-business event, California Solar Power Expo.

MIREC Week 2017

May 8-12 Camino Real Polanco Mexico | Booth 30

As a result of the reforms implemented in Mexico’s energy sector, barriers have been eliminated that impeded the development of new projects and technologies, achieving significant growth in the installation and development of new projects.

The next clean energy auction details will be released at the end of April 2017.
Key sessions and topics covered

–  Determine best practice for negotiating bilateral PPAs
–  Assess financing for Mexico’s residential and utility scale solar markets
–  Network with commercial and industrial offtakers and potential customers
–  Meet Mexico’s top solar developers and energy auction winners
–  Gain insights into Mexico’s distributed generation market

Solar Power International Southeast

May 11-12 Atlanta Marquis Hotel | Booth 31

We’re working with some of the best organizations and businesses in the Southeast to bring you packed exhibit hall and a schedule that features a leading educational program hitting on policy hot topics in North Carolina and Florida, to solar + storage, and even EVs.

This is your opportunity to directly engage with over 30 exhibitors. There are also multiple networking events to help you connect with existing and new customers.


Solar Power International Texas

June 13-14 Austin TX | Booth 11

Mark your calendar for Solar Power Texas, June 13-14, 2017 in Austin, Texas. With solar booming in the Lone Star state, leading the U.S. in use of renewable energy, increasing your visibility and company in the Texas market is more important than ever.

The event will provide an intimate atmosphere, giving attendees the chance to interact with and create meaningful relationships with those doing business in the state.

InterSolar North America

July 11-13 Moscone Center South San Francisco CA | Booth 9651

Since its establishment in 2008, Intersolar North America has become the most attended solar event and the premier networking platform for the North American solar industry. Co-located with ees North America and SEMICON West, it takes place annually at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, the United States’ pioneering solar market.The event’s exhibition and conference both focus on the areas of photovoltaics, PV production technologies, energy storage and solar thermal technologies. Since being founded, Intersolar has become the most important industry platform for manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, service providers and partners of the global solar industry. A total of 554 exhibitors and more than 18,000 trade visitors participated in Intersolar North America in 2016. The conference featured 39 sessions and 23 workshops with more than 200 speakers.