This morning started with a session serving as an update on the SREC market in the east coast states. Our first panelist was Michael Judge, an associate RPS/APS program manager with the Massachusetts Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard Program. Michael discussed the solar development strategies in Massachusetts and the outlined qualifications for eligibility. A unique aspect [...]
SOLAR 2013 kicked off this morning in Baltimore with nine tracks of parallel sessions that included a forum about the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s JEDI models. JEDI, which stands for Jobs and Economic Development Impact, is a series of free online calculators for estimating employment and other impacts that result from investment in new power generation or fuel production.
Gathering for their 58th annual Solar Energy Conference, ASES members honored their most inspiring leaders tonight at a gala awards banquet.
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.