In a consolidating market, start-up companies with unique technology need an avenue for visibility and networking to grow their business. Existing manufacturers should confirm their long-term viability with an active presence.
After Sandy, preparedness and power continuity are important drivers of new business. Building owners need back-up systems to assure stable operation during flood emergencies.
Purchasing decisions are made mainly by large commercial- and utility-scale end users, in consultation with contractors and integrator firms. An end-user is any business owner who needs cheaper and more reliable electric power.
Many sessions offer continuing education credits for architects, installers, engineers and teachers. There is no better way to continue your professional education than at SOLAR 2013.
Build your own global network. Meet colleagues from around the world. Receptions, social events, breaks and informational sessions offer the chance to extend your network of professional and personal contacts. Meet new friends and reconnect with old ones at SOLAR 2013.
Learn about emerging trends, cutting-edge technology and opportunities to help shape the new energy economy. Meet business, education and technology leaders from across the broad spectrum of solar energy professions. Make invaluable contacts for your career development.
Find new customers, develop existing markets and grow your business by attending SOLAR 2013.