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PV 205: State & Local Renewable Energy Issues and Trends – IREC’s 2009 Annual Meeting Workshop (registration for IREC members in good standing)
Monday, October 26, 2009 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (PDT)
State & Local Renewable Energy Issues and Trends – IREC’s 2009 Annual Meeting Workshop will pay special attention to key topics for IREC members, state stakeholders and the industry. There will be an in-depth discussion on interconnection and net metering – the effectiveness of different state policies and best practices as well as important new issues that are emerging onto the policy landscape. A presentation will focus on state incentives – how they are performing and what the new developments are especially in terms of new national efforts and stimulus funding. There will also be an update on market trends for solar installations. Perspectives and trends will be shared on green workforce developments. There will be speakers from states and national programs with updates on programs and reports. This meeting offers a good opportunity to network with state, cities and local groups. IREC’s Annual Updates & Trends Report will be distributed and the winners of the IREC Innovation and Special Recognition Awards will be announced.
For IREC members in good standing by July 1, 2009, there is no fee for this workshop.
You can register for this workshop when you register for Solar Power 2009. The workshop fee is $275.
When & Where
The Interstate Renewable Energy Council
2012 marks IREC’s 30th year as a leader in the renewable energy community, known for connecting people, ideas and technology to achieve phenomenal results.
As the renewable energy landscape continues to evolve, IREC will remain at the forefront of education, rulemaking and workforce development, including programs and policies that lead to easier, more affordable connection to the utility grid; fair credit for renewable energy produced; best practices for states, municipalities, utilities and industry; and quality assessment for the growing clean energy workforce through the credentialing of trainers and training programs.