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Consulate General of Canada in New York
1251 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York
September 22, 2016
1 pm - 5 pm

ACORE’s US-Canada Renewable Energy Forum is an invitation-only event that will convene a select group of prominent renewable energy executives, investors, corporate purchasers, utilities and other key stakeholders to discuss recent policy developments; identify opportunities for collaboration and cross-border projects, and otherwise work to increase the development of renewable energy in the US and Canada.

This Forum will address the following topics:

  1. How the changing policy and regulatory landscape will impact investment in renewables in the US and Canada, including emerging trends in distributed generation, community solar, grid modernization and other market developments
  2. The potential for cross-border transmission and energy flows to balance variable renewable power generation and the potential for Canadian hydropower to provide base load power as well as both storage and backup for wind and solar generation
  3. Policies and mechanisms to promote the deployment of integration and storage technologies, EV infrastructure and other innovative technologies

The US-Canada Renewable Energy Forum is being held during Climate Week NYC, which brings together influential global figures - and new voices - from the worlds of business, government and society who are leading the low carbon transition, for events, activities and high-profile meetings across NYC.

For more information on this event, please contact Scott Clausen, Policy and Research Manager, at



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The American Council On Renewable Energy

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