Energy Events ARCHIVE
ENERGY STAR Webcast Series: Portfolio Manager 101, 201, 301Tuesday, April 18, 2017 to Thursday, April 20, 2017
US EPA's ENERGY STAR program will be hosting a series of Portfolio Manager webcasts. The series consists of three separate webinars each held on a separate date and more advanced than the previous one.
Lawrence Berkley National Lab Webinar: Introduction to Wholesale and Retail Demand Response with a Focus on Measurement and VerificationThursday, April 13, 2017
This webinar featured experts in the field of Demand Response (DR) describing DR programs in wholesale and retail markets. Speakers presented examples of measurement and verification approaches, which could aid in assessing value from DR pricing, as M&V is critical to assessing the success of DR.
Clean Energy States Alliance: The Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) ProgramWednesday, April 12, 2017
A Renewable Energy Portfolio Program Coordinator at the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources discussed a revised solar carve-out program that is the process of being implemented to maintain growth in solar while also reducing costs. Topics covered include: design considerations, how the program will work, and how it will be implemented.
M-WERC Annual Technology SymposiumTuesday, April 11, 2017
Learn about the Midwest Energy Research Consortium's (M-WERC) "Technology Innovation" program for cutting-edge research in the Energy, Power, and Controls sector technologies at this event hosted by Briggs and Stratton.
Clean Energy States Alliance: Tools for Building More Resilient Communities with Solar+StorageThursday, April 6, 2017
Experts from Clean Energy Group emphasized the ability of Solar PV to build more resilient communities. They introduced Resilient Power Toolkits, which provide communities with easily accessible information on resilient power.
WI Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters - Local Government Leadership Summit on Energy and Resilience 2Wednesday, April 5, 2017
WI Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters' second summit on energy and resilience for local government officials – Mayors and Village Presidents, city planners, public works directors, UW-Extension educators. A joint program with several partners: WECC, State Energy Office, UW-Extension, WI Environmental Initiative, and others. More information to come.
Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts
Fond du Lac, WI
Better Buildings Webinar: Because Wastewater Matters: Evolutions in Wastewater Treatment and Examples of Distributed TreatmentTuesday, April 4, 2017
This webinar, with experts from Better Buildings partners, covers energy efficient, cost-saving solutions to treating wastewater on site. Schools, factories, and office buildings are some of the buildings that could benefit from on-site wastewater treatment.
Clean Energy States Alliance Webinar: NYC's Policy Target and Roadmap for Resilient Solar+StorageTuesday, April 4, 2017
Experts from Sustainable CUNY and Meister Consultants Group discussed the process of creating the Resilient Solar Roadmap, a plan for expanding solar infrastructure in New York City, in addition to barriers and recommendations for expanding solar access.
ACEEE/CEE National Symposium on Market TransformationSunday, April 2, 2017 to Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Hosted by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE), this symposium provides an opportunity to network with energy efficiency professionals, compare program ideas, and learn about new technologies and market transformation approaches.
Learn more and register.
Renaissance Arlington Capital View
2800 South Potomac Ave
DOE Tribal Renewable Energy Webinar: Federal and State Policy: Advancing Tribal Energy PartnershipsWednesday, March 29, 2017
A number of federal laws and regulations can affect tribal energy activities and partnerships, so developing energy resources through partnerships can be complex. Attendees will learn about circumstances where state government regulatory responsibilities, services, and infrastructure benefits can impact communities (tribal and nontribal alike), and which federal requirements could impact energy projects on tribal lands depending upon the type of project, location, and size, among other considerations.