2013 IEEE PVSC Honors NREL Scientist, Convenes Researchers and Industry
Dr. Keith Emery of the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will be honored with the prestigious William R. Cherry Award at this week’s 39th IEEE Photovoltaic Specialists Conference (PVSC) in Tampa, Florida. A number of SunShot awardees and partners will attend this year’s weeklong conference, which convenes PV scientists, engineers, and industry to discuss the latest research, developments, and trends in the sector.
Exhibit at the SunShot Innovation Pavilion at the Solar Decathlon 2013 XPO
The SunShot Initiative invites its awardees and partners to participate in the SunShot Innovation Pavilion at the XPO, an exhibition of clean, renewable, and efficient energy technologies that will run concurrently with the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2013 on October 3–6 and 10–13 in Irvine, California. With more than 100,000 visitors expected at the XPO, exhibitors have the opportunity to showcase their solar technologies to consumers, homebuilders, municipalities, government agencies, businesses, and more.
Save the Date: West Coast SunShot Prize Workshop July 10
On behalf of the SunShot Initiative, the SUNY-Albany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering will host the West Coast SunShot Prize Workshop on July 10, concurrent with the Intersolar North America conference in San Francisco, California. The free workshop will focus on solar soft cost challenges and how the SunShot Prize can help spur innovation. Registration is required.
June Webinars Focus on Solar Soft Costs, Market Trends
Want the latest on solar soft cost issues and market trends? The SunShot Initiative and its partners are hosting a number of upcoming webinars on these topics. See what’s ahead in the world of webinars.
Fast Fact: SunShot Partner Holds Energy Fair This Weekend
The longest-running renewable energy education event in the nation is happening this weekend. Join the Midwest Solar Training Network for the 24th Annual Energy Fair on June 21–23 in Custer, Wisconsin.