American Wind Week is an annual nation-wide celebration of America’s accomplishments in advancing wind energy and recognizing the benefits wind brings to communities across the U.S. This year marks the Fourth Annual American Wind Week and what better way to kick off the 2020 decade than highlighting one of America’s major sources of clean energy that is powering our economy into the future!
This year’s American Wind Week will be all-virtual and held August 9-15, 2020.
AWEA hosted the inaugural “American Wind Week” in 2017 in celebration of wind power emerging as America’s #1 source of renewable energy capacity. Since then, every August elected officials across the country are invited to visit wind farms and factories to learn more about wind technology and show their support. Americans across the political spectrum participate in company and community-organized events and share their support for wind on social media.
Click here for more information on #AmericanWindWeek. Daily themes include:
MONDAY, AUGUST 10 – Wind workers are a part of the essential workforce
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11 – Wind Industry & Economic Recovery
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12 – #WindPower Champions
THURSDAY, AUGUST 13 – Community Investment/Giving Back
FRIDAY, AUGUST 14 – Corporate Buyers and the Demand for WindPower
From engaging keynotes, to lively sessions, to technical posters in the ESA Storage Exchange – Powered by EPRI, coupled with a live eMarketplace exhibit experience and one-to-one networking opportunities throughout the week. There are so many ways your entire team can benefit from attending #ESACon20.
Financing Wind North America
Financing Wind is wind energy’s premier conference. It brings together the top clean energy financiers and investors and give them the network that they need in order to build better, more profitable, more sustainable, renewable energy projects.Some of the most significant past speakers include Ray Wood, Bank of America Merrill Lynch; Rob Threlkeld, General Motors; Declan Flanagan, Lincoln Clean Energy; and Jatin Sharma, GCube.
- UNDERSTAND how the upcoming presidential election will impact wind energy
- LEARN about the key trends affecting the pricing of wind assets in North America
- UNCOVER the 2020 innovations in project finance structuring
- DISCUSS how realistic the forecasts are of fast expansion of offshore wind
- MEET and network with the North American wind sector’s thought leaders
Register here: https://northamerica.financingwind.com/
The Summit will convene a diverse group of stakeholders, including industry experts, end users and potential hosts, government leaders, policymakers, utilities, climate advocates, and other members of the clean energy community. It will be an opportunity to showcase the many benefits of CHP including reduced emissions, resilience and reliablility, and economic competitiveness. The conference will be particularly focused on CHP’s role in decarbonization for a low-carbon future.
Across America, clean and readily abundant forms of energy are powering more than homes and businesses. Taken together, our capacity for secure and reliable energy generation is driving a clean energy renaissance that is creating jobs, strengthening America’s national security, and preserving our environment.
National Clean Energy Week was conceived with the goal of advancing support of our nation’s energy sector through new methods of market development, policy change, and technological innovation.
Join us this September to show your support of commonsense solutions that address America’s economic and energy needs in the 21st century. Together, we will harness the power of free market and government collaboration to move America forward. Find an event near you.
Energy Efficiency Day (the first Wednesday in October – Oct. 7, 2020) is a collaborative effort of dozens of energy efficiency advocacy groups around the United States, including the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE), Advanced Energy Economy, Alliance to Save Energy, Natural Resources Defense Council, the Regional Energy Efficiency Organizations and many others.
The Energy Efficiency Day message is simple: “Save Money. Cut Pollution. Create Jobs.” Since the inaugural Energy Efficiency Day in 2016, this annual awareness event has been supported by hundreds of prominent organizations, companies, government agencies and others. Our goal is to share tips, tools and stories that promote the multiple benefits of energy efficiency, from lower costs to healthier homes. Energy efficiency is the cheapest, quickest way to meet our energy needs, cut consumer bills and reduce pollution. Energy efficiency is also an economic engine, supporting more than 2.4 million jobs nationwide in manufacturing, construction and other fields – most of which can’t be outsourced overseas.
Find out how you can take action and Support #EEDay2020 here: https://energyefficiencyday.org/
Solar Power International (SPI), Energy Storage International (ESI) & North America Smart Energy Week are moving to an outdoor location in Las Vegas. For more information about their Safely Connecting Initiative, click here.
North America Smart Energy Week is the largest event in North America for the renewable energy industry, including solar, storage, smart energy, wind, hydrogen & fuel cells, geothermal, and EV infrastructure. Anchored by the flagship event, SPI, North America Smart Energy week brings together an extensive alliance of renewable energy leaders for four days of networking, education, and innovation that moves the industry forward. SPI, ESI & North America Smart Energy Week, has become the center of integration for the wider energy industry – with Energy Storage International (the largest energy storage event in North America, Smart Energy Marketplace + Microgrid, Hydrogen + Fuel Cells International, and Wind Energy International.