The ASES National Solar Conference, now in its 42nd year, offers the most comprehensive annual educational conference on renewable energy in the United States. When you sponsor SOLAR 2013, you’ll raise your visibility among the industry’s broadest audience of purchasers, including professionals from all segments of the renewable energy industries, as well as end users seeking stable power solutions. SOLAR 2013′s educational sessions are specifically targeted to the people you need to reach — high-level decision-makers, on-the-ground implementors and facility owners who are ready to buy.
Who We Are
Established in 1954, the American Solar Energy Society is a non-profit association dedicated to their mission: to inspire an era of energy innovation and speed the transition to a sustainable energy economy.
What is SOLAR 2013?
SOLAR 2013 is the 42nd annual National Solar Conference. It combines a technical conference on solar power generation and transmission issues with educational sessions on green-building, passive solar and energy-efficiency techniques. Another track features papers and presentations on marketing, finance and policy matters pertaining to the deployment of renewable energy technologies. SOLAR 2013 also hosts a renewable-energy industry trade show. Technical sessions typically present more than 500 academic and scientific papers; the exposition features exhibits from more than 100 vendors demonstrating PV modules, inverters and BOS products, solar thermal equipment, monitoring and design tools.
When and Where Does it Take Place?
April 16-20, 2013
Baltimore Convention Center
Who Attends and Why?
SOLAR 2013 is specifically targeted to the people you need to reach in the energy efficiency and renewable energy industry. Past conferences have attracted more than 3,000 participants from all over the nation. SOLAR 2013 is simply the best opportunity to showcase your brand and products to the decision makers in the industry. SOLAR 2013 is the premier professional gathering of renewable-energy scientists, engineers, architects, contractors, utility personnel, government agencies, advocacy groups, local permitting authorities, financiers, project developers, students, and educators.