National Clean Energy Week | Policy Makers Symposium
Join us for the 2019 National Clean Energy Week Policy Makers Symposium at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. There will be a cocktail hour immediately following the program.
Ticket price includes breakfast, lunch, snack break, and cocktail hour.
Thank you to our BREAKFAST SPONSOR: API
Thank you to our LUNCH SPONSOR: NPGA
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW at Early Bird Rates through August 31!
MEDIA REGISTRATION: Please register via this form.
2019 KEYNOTE SPEAKERS (more to come):
U.S. Senator Tammy Duckworth (D-IL)
U.S. Representative Garret Graves (R-LA)
U,S. Representative Scott Peters (D-CA)
2019 PANELS TO INCLUDE:
Clean Energy at the Giga-Scale: Achieving Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reductions
Explore the power and potential of private sector collaboration toward an increase of clean energy resources and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Panelists will highlight specific success stories and discuss solutions to meeting renewable and net-zero emission goals.
Clean Energy in the Mainstream
Move beyond the headlines to discuss clean energy and environmental issues that are top of mind for businesses, industries and consumers that desire to market their achievements.
Ideas to Action In Innovation: What Comes Next in Clean Energy?
This panel focuses on new technologies and features rising companies that are leading the way when it comes to energy innovation. Panelists will describe how they are bridging the gap between good ideas and deployable clean energy technology.
Technology Leadership: American-Made Solutions for the World
Here we highlight the United States’ comparative advantage in the clean energy space and discuss the conditions that are needed for the U.S. to export goods and services in the emerging clean energy global economy. It will also highlight state efforts for establishing a leadership position in emerging markets.
Global Clean Energy Finance
This panel looks at new and emerging trends in the finance community that address surging demand and funding for the next generation of clean energy technology. It will also identify current regulatory and policy barriers to financing advanced clean energy technologies.