May 20-23, 2024 | George Washington University | Washington, D.C.
We are excited to announce that we’ll be hosting our 53rd Annual National Solar Conference, SOLAR 2024, in Washington, DC, on May 20-23! Join us and submit your abstract to speak at the conference. Proposals are due November 15, 2023.
WHY ATTEND SOLAR 2024? ABOUT SOLAR 2024 The National Solar Conference is America’s leading conference on the emerging trends, technology, and opportunities shaping the new energy economy. The American Solar Energy Society’s cutting-edge conference series introduces attendees to the leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs moving the industry forward. With the solar energy and energy efficiency sectors changing at an unprecedented pace, this conference helps participants understand the changes and uncover the billion-dollar opportunities. ASES supports the global initiative that a world equitably transformed to 100% renewable energy is an urgent necessity. Through the ASES National Solar Conference, SOLAR 2024: Connecting Technology & Policy, we will elevate public, institutional, and governmental awareness of the critical role solar energy is playing in the global energy landscape. We must ensure that access to and the benefits from clean energy will be enjoyed by all communities, especially those that have been denied those benefits in the past. SOLAR 2024: Connecting Technology & Policy will promote the ASES overall goal to “accelerate equitable solar adoption and universal sustainable living by educating and building community.” The conference will focus on research models, examples, and tools for negotiating the challenges to advancing renewables by following justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) principles.
WHO ATTENDS? Over the last 52 years, over 15,000 professionals from public, private, and industrial sector organizations have attended the ASES National Solar Conferences. Attendees include:
Sponsorship opportunities are now available for SOLAR 2024. Make your mark and get in front of your audience early and often. Visit ases.org/conference for details and contact Brian Searles, ASES Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org to sponsor. Follow ASES on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter for more updates! And join the discussion on the ASES Online Community. For questions, contact email@example.com.