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The shortlist for the 2nd annual Solar Power Generation USA awards is in. Twelve entries in the categories of Best Solar Collaboration, Best Solar Project, and Most Innovative Solar Company were whittled down from a large number of very high caliber nominations submitted over the course of the past 4 months. Winners will be announced on Tuesday January 16th in front of an audience of 300 solar professionals at the 5th Annual Solar Power Generation USA congress in Newport Beach, California.
In the field of Best Solar Collaboration the shortlisted entries are:
For Best Solar Project, a whole spectrum of project types and sizes were submitted. Those short listed are:
For Most Innovative Solar Company the four short listed entries are:
In it’s fifth year, Solar Power Generation USA Conference and Exhibition offers industry professionals the opportunity to discuss what the US election results mean for the solar industry. 2013 is a particularly important year as the US solar market undergoes seismic shifts. How will election outcomes affect the sector? How will the import tariff situation play out? Where is finance coming from following the expiry of the loan guarantee and ITC cash grant? 500 attendees including solar’s top CEOs, heads of utility renewable energy departments, and new investors to the sector will join the vast number of developers and installers of centralized and distributed solar projects as they plan their future strategies.
For links to Solar Power Generation USA and other renewable energy events, check Energy Insight’s Renewable Energy Conferences and Expos page.