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Renewable Energy 2015 (RE 2015) is Vermont’s annual convention bringing together key players in the clean energy sector. This year’s conference will take place on October 8 & 9 at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Burlington, VT. The conference highlights current energy challenges, Vermont’s leadership role in the energy industry, and the steps needed to implement an integrated energy infrastructure.
For more than a decade, the Renewable Energy Vermont Conference has been the leading event for the renewable energy sectors in Vermont, New Hampshire and Northern New York. Organized by the nonprofit trade association, Renewable Energy Vermont, this annual forum brings together business leaders, system operators, architects, builders, manufacturers, engineers, scientists, policy makers, and regulators.
RE 2015 brings together leaders from across all four major clean energy sectors; power, heat, transportation and efficiency. Topics include Design & Construction Best Practices, Policy & Regulatory Issues , Financial and Tax/Appraisal Updates, Project Siting, Stewardship, Adaptation, Code Compliance, Incorporating Renewables into New Construction, the Economics of Efficiency and Renewables Integration.
Networking Opportunities – With hundreds of attendees from throughout the New England and New York region, RE 2015 is the premier networking event for the region’s clean energy sector.
Expert Panelists – Business leaders, system operators, manufacturers, engineers, scientists, policy makers, regulators, community leaders, technology innovators and academics.
Who Should Attend? – Architects, builders, developers, utilities, data management businesses, commercial and industrial business, non-profits, policy makers, regulators, academics and community leaders. The Renewable Energy Expo is free and open to the general public on both days, for those interested in learning more about renewable energy and efficiency.