Intersolar Texas slated for November, now accepting speaking abstracts

Intersolar & Energy Storage North America (IESNA) is a premier US-based conference and trade show focused on solar, energy storage, and EV charging infrastructure — and this year it is adding a new regional event slated for November 19-20, 2024, at the Austin Marriott Downtown in Austin, TX.

“Ranked second in the nation for both total installed solar and battery storage capacity, Texas will soon account for the largest share of new utility-scale solar and new battery storage as well,” said Wes Doane, Vice President, Intersolar & Energy Storage North America.

The Texas version of the Intersolar & Energy Storage North America conference will focus on key issues, trends, and lessons-learned within the region. If you’re interested in presenting, IESNA tells us they accepting abstracts for speaking opportunities.

Apply to Speak | Industry professionals are invited to submit an abstract before submissions close on May 3, 2024. Each abstract will be reviewed by Intersolar & Energy Storage North America’s advisory board. Selected speakers will be notified in June and receive a complimentary registration pass to the Texas event (among other benefits). Attendee registration for the Texas event will open in May.

The Texas event’s conference program will feature approximately 15 sessions—elevating diverse speakers and exploring key topics across solar, storage, EV charging infrastructure, and manufacturing. Industry experts will present key insights, explore trends, and discuss innovations. Available speaking formats include single and multi-presenters, as well as panel discussions.

“It’s an exciting time for solar, storage, and EV charging infrastructure in Texas—and critical for clean energy professionals to understand the challenges unique to the region’s deregulated ener-gy market,” said Jane Pulaski, Texas Energy Consultant and Conference Development Partner. “We look forward to receiving thoughtful proposals featuring state policy and regulatory trends from leading experts and policymakers.”

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