SEPTEMBER 21-22

WHERE ENERGY POLICY GETS TO WORK

WHEN /

SEPTEMBER 21 - 22, 2020 

WHERE /

RALEIGH CONVENTION CENTER

OVERVIEW /

WHERE ENERGY POLICY GETS TO WORK. Join stakeholders from across the country for two days of thought provoking discussion and networking opportunities that will shape the development of clean energy policies in North Carolina and the Southeast. This year's Making Energy Work conference is happening at a pivotal moment for North Carolina's energy landscape, and it's more important than ever to be a part of the discussion. Attendees will engage in thought leadership on topics ranging from regulatory reform to policies that enhance consumer access to innovative new technologies. This two-day conference will feature well-known keynote speakers, engaging breakout sessions, an exhibit hall, and numerous opportunities to network with colleagues, partners, customers, policymakers, and industry leading influencers.

WHO ATTENDS /

Federal, State, and Local Policymakers

Clean Energy Providers

Business Owners and Employees

Media and Press

Students and Faculty

Financial Providers and Investors

Economic Development Groups

Utilities and Independent Power Producers

Attorneys and Legal Professionals

Non-profits, Trade Groups, and Educational Institutions

Commercial and Industrial Energy Customers

Architects, Engineers, and Construction Representatives

WHY ATTEND?

INFORM  /  CONNECT  /  ADVANCE 

INFORM: Gain deeper understanding of the cutting-edge clean energy policies that will lead to widespread adoption of clean energy within North Carolina and beyond. 

CONNECT: Connect with industry counterparts and thought leaders to collaborate on innovative policies and projects to move our clean energy economy forward.

ADVANCE: Advance North Carolina's status as a clean energy leader in the Southeast
by building relationships and enhancing your business opportunities in North Carolina,

the Southeast, and beyond.

© 2020 by North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association.  For Questions  /  Contact info@energync.org

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