Insights from SED’s Spring Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Commercial, Industrial, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 8/13/2018
Source: Smart Energy Decisions
With the Smart Energy Decisions Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum Fall event around the corner, here's a look back at highlights from the Spring Forum.
The spirit of collaboration in the renewable energy industry is captured in this Insights report, which features edited transcripts from memorable keynote presentations, panels, and Q&A’s, including:
- Brian Janous, general manager of energy strategy, Microsoft
- Panel discussion on innovation in utility green tariff programs
- Matt Walz, CEO, REC Solar, a Duke Renewables Company
- Patrick Flynn, vice president, sustainability, Salesforce
- Tom Flanagan, senior originator, wholesale origination, Constellation
- Wolfgang Bauer, distinguished professor and senior consultant, Michigan State University
- Scott Hassell, director of environmental sustainability, Fifth Third Bank and Hans Royal, director, strategic renewables, Schneider Electric
- Rob Threlkeld, global manager of renewable energy, General Motors and Sam Castor, executive vice president of policy, Switch
Download the PDF to see what you missed or be a part of the excitement and join us at the Fall Edition of the Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum October 1-3 in Ponte Vedra, FL.
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