The holidays will be over before you know it, and then it is on to Intersolar season. Intersolar North America (ISNA) and Energy Storage North America (ESNA) unveiled their 2023 conference program to take place February 14-16 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California. Check it out.
From solar and storage to EV charging and green hydrogen, attendees can expect forward-looking content with actionable takeaways led by engaging speakers.
“With 24 conference sessions spanning distributed and utility-scale solar and energy storage topics, our timely, comprehensive conference program will deliver clean energy professionals the information they need to advance in 2023,” said Wes Doane, Event Director, Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America. “Bolstered by our sold-out exhibit hall, a bigger-than-ever Solar Games installer competition, and new networking tools and activities, #isnaesna23 also promises to deliver new business opportunities, industry connections—and fun.”
Focused on “Climate Solutions Start Here: Solar + Storage Lead the Way,” the 2023 conference program will emphasize how grid electrification is a pillar of climate response strategies and the integral role solar and storage play in that transformation. A selection of sessions include:
- Are Utility-Tech Partnerships the Answer to the Energy Burden?
- California Energy Storage Market – State of the Union
- Clean Energy Workforce Development
- Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) Domestic Content
- The Journey to Net-Zero Starts at the Local Level: Enabling rapid deployment of LDES through small scale installations
- The Women Driving the Energy Transition
- Additional registration is required to attend conference sessions and technical workshops.
Listen to more in-depth conversations on Solar Builder's YouTube channel
Our most popular series include:
Power Forward! | A collaboration with BayWa r.e. to discuss higher level industry topics.
The Buzz | Where we give our 2 cents per kWh on the residential solar market.
The Pitch | Discussions with solar manufacturers about their new technology and ideas.