Register for Solar Power Colorado, Feb 5-6 in Westminster
Many of Colorado’s largest organizations are going solar in a big way and they will share their stories next week at Solar Power Colorado, the state’s largest business-to-business gathering of solar leaders.
It’s not too late to register and we hope you will join us. Solar Power Colorado is happening at the Westminster Westin Feb. 5 and 6. You can register here: http://coseia.org/conference/
We’ll hear from leaders of businesses including Google, Prologis and Mitsubishi about the reasons their companies are making investments in solar for the long term.
Jessica Scott from the Office of Sustainability will be moderating the “Profit for Non-Profits” Panel on Feb 5. Some of Colorado’s largest non-profits have also gone solar and we’ll learn of the experiences of leaders from Denver International Airport, Colorado State University, the Colorado Department of Corrections and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The Denver Housing Authority, which is installing solar on more than 650 units of affordable housing will share its successes, as will Denver Public Schools.
We will also hear from some non-traditional solar users, including a pastor working with churches to go solar, and a distributor of electric vehicle charging products.
Additionally, leaders from some of the nation’s most successful solar companies will speak, along with utility, governmental, non-profit and research leaders.
Throughout the conference, the exhibit hall will be chock full of the latest and greatest in all kinds of solar technology from nearly 100 organizations. And new this year is a stage where product trainings and presentations will increase the educational content
At the conference, we will work to lay the Path to a Million Solar Roofs. We are launching this bold campaign to dramatically increase the deployment of all kinds of solar energy in Colorado because the time is right. In the second term, the Obama Administration promises to make climate change a priority, and especially after Colorado’s year of fires and drought, our promise of clean energy has never held more appeal.