ASES SOLAR 20/20

ASES has decided to convert the live event in Washington D.C. into a virtual event to ensure the safety and health of our attendees and speakers. We have found an interactive platform where important discussions, networking, and community building can take place. Join us at SOLAR 20/20 on June 24 and 25 virtually!

Town Hall Speakers

A message from our Conference Chair:

The clean energy community has faced a multitude of challenges and COVID-19 is just another. Our ASES June 2020 virtual meeting empowers all of us to broaden the participation by orders-of-magnitude to drive the ultimate goal of 100% renewable energy. We’ll embrace new technology to leverage the entire portfolio of renewable energy, high-value energy efficiency and energy storage to rebuild the US economy, lower regulated and greenhouse gas emissions, and create a better world.

The events of the moment — international pronouncements by international bodies of scientists on climate change; amazing technology and market advances by innovators and financiers; and a push by everyone across the political spectrum for more control of our energy choices to reduce costs, increase reliability and resiliency, reduce regulated greenhouse gas emissions of our air and water, and reinvigorate local economies with jobs and employment opportunities–all converge at this pivotal time and place to spark the next wave of ingenuity, partnership and action. 

This is an exciting moment to create strategies and opportunities to push forth an even faster-paced clean energy agenda. I look forward to seeing everyone with an interest in clean energy, driving a new economy, and shrinking emissions and pollution as low as possible — all online at SOLAR 20/20. 

– Scott Sklar, Adjunct Professor and Energy Director of GWU’s Environment & Energy Management Institute (EEMI), President of The Stella Group, Ltd., and awardee of the The Charles Greeley Abbot Award by the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) and in 2014, the Green Patriot Award by George Mason University in Virginia

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