Call for Participation

ASES SOLAR 20/20: Renewable Energy Vision

Advances to achieve 100% renewable energy now

To be held at George Washington University, Washington D.C., June 23-26, 2020. In conjunction with the DOE Solar Decathlon.

NOTE: Submissions will now close February 1, 2020.

Call for Participation Information

Opportunities to support and join the dialogue: 

Opening Reception • Chapter and Division Caucuses • Annual Membership Meeting • Annual Awards Banquet • Women in Solar Energy (WISE) Luncheon • Solar Installer Training   • Electric Vehicle & Solar Cooking Demos • International Solar Applications • Tours of Local Green Breweries • Solar Citizen Action Day • Stronger Together Forum • Oral/Poster Presentations • Student Engagements • Keynotes

Share your research, programs, operations, personal actions, and visions.

Submit presentation abstracts in these tracks:

  • Policy (International, National, State, Intra-state, City) 
  • Finance (Energy Economics, Investment Strategies, Consumer Choice)
  • Technology (PV, Solar Thermal, Buildings, Grid Modernization, Resource Assessment)
  • Education (Engaging Policy Makers, Pre-K to General Public, Training) 
  • Industry (Installers, Manufacturers, Innovation, Best Practices, Job Creation)

Sign up to participate in these special dialogue events:

Stronger Together Town Hall – Brings together representatives from environmental, activist, and business groups to forge new joint policy and personal action strategies.

Solar Citizen Action Day – Brings together people experienced in communicating with Congress with those who want to learn, and then visit Congressional offices  with key messages about 100% renewable energy pathways.

Student Engagement – Best Presentation Contest (Poster submissions will be judged and winners will summarize their work in a lively highlight session) and Solar Speed Networking (Session with mentors ready to answer any questions that students have about work in the renewable energy world and to find out more about issues that most concern students).

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