What can the U.S. learn from Germany? Two veterans of the German renewable energy industry will answer that question at the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) National Solar Conference in Baltimore, Md., April 16-20. Germany is moving rapidly towards a renewable energy economy and for years has been the world’s top installer of photovoltaic systems.
SOLAR 2013 will feature Finance and Policy for renewable energy.
We know that by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by displacing fossil fuels, renewable energy can slow the pace of climate change. It’s now clear that renewable energy can also make vulnerable communities more resilient, and save lives and money during and after extreme weather events. Recently, by a slim margin of two votes, the U.S. Congress [...]
Architects, builders, sustainable building practitioners, urban planners and energy technology researchers come together in the unique interdisciplinary environment of the American Solar Energy Society every year. They trade success stories, updates on green building technology, and visionary plans for the future. This year, the National Passive Solar Conference, which is in its 38th year, will [...]
The ASES National Solar Conference – now in its 42nd year – brings the intellectual resources of the clean energy community together for a crucial cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas. Soliciting peer-reviewed scientific papers from engineers, chemists, physicists, social sciences and other disciplines, ASES taps the the nation’s best universities, the Department of Energy’s national laboratories [...]