groSolar will be at Solar Power International (SPI) this October 12-14 at the LA Convention Center in Los Angeles. Stop by our booth, #931! SPI is the largest PV industry tradeshow and conference in the solarindustry. Over 1,000 exhibitors and nearly 30,000 attendees will bethere. Will you?
In addition to our booth at SPI, our CEO, Jeff Wolfe, will bepresenting during public night and will also be speaking on a panel. The details are:
What: Jeff Wolfe presenting “Climate Presentation,Problems and Solutions based on ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ and ‘Our Choice’ by Al Gore”
Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
Description: Presented at the free “Public Night” ofSolar Power International at the LA Convention Center. Attendance at the talk and for the exhibits if free to the public. The Climate Project’s(TCP) mission is to educate the public about the harmful effects ofclimate change and to work toward solutions at a grassroots levelworldwide. Each TCP Presenter delivers a version of Gore’s slideshowbased on his best-selling books and the Academy Award-winningdocumentary film “An Inconvenient Truth”. As part of this select groupsof 1200 individuals in the US chosen to become TCP Presenters, Jeffcompleted the TCP training program in 2007. Less time is spent ondefending the climate science, and more solutions are now presented inthe slideshow, since climate change is now more widely understood andaccepted.
What: Jeff Wolfe Speaking at “Wholesale DistributedGeneration: FITs, Standard Contracts, Auctions, and the Next Big Thingin U.S. Solar”
Date: Thursday, October 14th
Time: 4:00pm – 5:30pm
Location: Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 515B
Description: Wholesale distributed generation is one of the fastest growing and most exciting new solar markets in the country. These facilities have sufficient scale to deliver low prices toratepayers, and virtually unlimited siting opportunities. Come learnfrom the experts about the multiple business models, programs, andmarket participants that are emerging to exploit this marketopportunity. The panel will feature presentations from leadingutilities, solar companies, and policy experts about current events, and a moderated discussion about future developments.
Hope to see you there!