Solar thermal systems could help utility load-balancing and reduce our dependence on natural gas for heating. But, panelists at the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) National Solar Conference say, new incentives are required to scale the industry.
Welcome & Introductions: Susan Greene, President of ASES Theme: Growing the Solar Industry: Challenges, Opportunities, & the View from Germany Day and Time: Friday, April 19th: 10:30 am-12:00 pm Come Join us for Friday’s plenary session at SOLAR2013 and have the honor of listening to distinguished speakers Eric Wesoff, David Wedepohl, Rhone Resch, and Tony Clifford! Moderator Eric Wesoff: Editor in Chief of […]
Welcome & Introductions: David Hill, ASES Board Chair Theme: The Climate Crisis, Extreme Weather & Renewables: Mitigation and Beyond Day and Time: Thursday, April 18th: 10:30 am-12:00 pm Come Join us for Thursday’s plenary session at SOLAR2013 and have the honor of listening to distinguished speakers Bill McKibben (Remote), Jochen Flasbarth, Alice LeBlanc, and Patricia Hoffman! Creating movements around Fossil […]
Welcome & Introductions: Eric Wachsman, Director of the University of Maryland Energy Research Center Theme: The Renewable Energy Landscape in 2013 Day and Time: Wednesday, April 17th: 10:30 am-12:00 pm Come Join us for Wednesday’s plenary session at SOLAR2013 and have the honor of listening to distinguished speakers Kevin Knobloch, Eric Martinot, and John Byrne! Economics & Politics of […]
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.