AWEA's WINDPOWER will continue as the heart of CLEANPOWER, with the addition of exhibition space and conference programming for utility-scale solar, storage, and other clean energy technologies. The event scheduled for June 1-4, 2020 in Denver, Colorado will showcase exhibitors and conference programming specifically for utility-scale wind, solar and storage as well as focus on key, strategic issues that impact the pan-renewable community. By incorporating these technologies into a single exhibition hub, CLEANPOWER will create efficiencies for exhibitors and attendees with multi-technology business models. As we move toward the 2020s, wind energy will continue to thrive through collaboration with technology, other sources of clean and traditional energy, policy makers, innovators, farmers and ranchers, rural communities, big cities, and the list goes on.
Pre-Conference Seminars offered on Monday afternoon before the official show begins:
- Wind 101 - Introduction to Wind Energy: Anyone wanting to learn the basics of the wind energy industry will benefit from this engaging, interactive seminar. Topics to be covered include the latest stats and developments with the U.S. wind energy market, technology, financing, resource assessment, siting, transmission and more.
- Solar 101 - Introduction to Solar Energy: This seminar provides an introduction to the fundamentals and latest insights into utility-scale solar power in the U.S. Attendees will learn the basics of solar wind farm development, operations, the role of storage, key market dynamics, cost drivers and more.
- Floating Offshore Wind: Attendees will learn about the latest technology, policy and regulatory developments that are facilitating the development of floating offshore wind projects