SOLAR POWER 2007
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Solar Power 2007
Presented by Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) and Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA); Sponsored by Sharp and Southern California Edison
SOLAR POWER 2007, the biggest solar energy industry conclave ever.
September 24 thru September 27.
- Long Beach Convention Center. Directions.
- The event will also be webcast. Webcast Info Here.
The Long Beach Convention Center and environs
- Solar Power 2007 is a solar energy industry conference and expo, an opportunity for customers, policymakers, investors and other supporters of an industry growing at a 40%/year rate to meet, confer and synergize. An unprecedented 10,000 attendees are anticipated.
- With an industry growth rate of more than 40 percent per year, there was a need for a single event where industry could come together with potential customers, policymakers, investors, and other parties necessary for continued rapid growth. Solar Power 2007 is now recognized as the premiere solar event in the U.S.
- Solar Power 2007 is purchasing renewable energy credits (RECs) to off-set all electricity use. The conference organizers also offer travel off-sets. The Long Beach Convention Center is a “green” convention center, using a roof-mounted solar photovoltaic installation to generate its own electricity.
- Detailed Schedule and Agenda
- Julia Judd, SEPA executive director/Solar Power 2007 chair: “We look forward to again providing a strong forum for the development and strengthening of solar business deals and partnerships.”
- Rhone Resch, SEIA president: “Solar energy is positioned to be the next high-tech growth industry in the United States…As more states implement progressive solar policy and long-term consumer demand becomes increasingly firm, the US solar industry is seeing record levels of investment, expansion, and growth. Solar Power 2007 will bring the major industry players together and will be a can’t-miss event for businesses and consumers alike.”