2018 Industry Events
June 19-20, 2018 | New York City
ACORE’s Renewable Energy Finance Forum will gather senior investors, industry executives and other top transactional professionals to assess the state of play for renewable energy finance. This two-day conference will examine the vehicles for financing market expansion as the sector absorbs the effects of tax reform and solar tariffs, reconciles with the sunset of tax credits, and responds to other market and policy changes. Hear directly from the key players about evolving capital stacks, the state of the tax equity market, the cost of capital, industry consolidation, new sources of investment, grid modernization and trends in C&I procurement.
June 21-22, 2018 | Arlington, VA
Attend Platts Transmission Planning and Development Conference to engage with knowledgeable system operators and electric transmission participants from all over North America as they discuss the issues driving new transmission build and the challenges they face as they search for more efficient and reliable solutions to keep the power flowing. Plus, hear AWEA’s Director Transmission Policy, Betsy Beck, on a panel examining energy storage’s role in the future of U.S. Transmission. Another highlight this year: a keynote address on the state of the transmission grid from Neil Chatterjee, Commissioner at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
August 15 - 17 , 2018 | Denver, CO
The 2018 Deloitte Renewable Energy Seminar will bring together leaders from across all facets of the renewable energy industry to share insights and discuss key trends impacting the sector. This year’s event will explore a few renewable energy hot topics, including; state of the industry, utility innovation, financing of renewables, and transmission-renewable integration.
September 25 - 28, 2018 | Hamburg, Germany
WindEnergy Hamburg is teaming up with the leading wind energy conference WindEurope Summit. The two events will run in parallel in Hamburg – the European Wind Capital. At WindEnergy Hamburg, more than 1,200 exhibitors will present their products and services in nine exhibition halls, which provide a total of more than 65,000 square metres of exhibition space. The event will act as a unique meeting point and bring together the major players in the wind industry and related sectors – as well as completely new partners in an ever-evolving market.