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September 13-15, 2010 | Hilton Del Mar | San Diego, CA
The Utility Scale Solar Summit is the business hub where decision-makers (project developers, technology providers, utilities, investors, lenders, EPC contractors and other influential industry players) who are rapidly expanding the utility scale project pipeline, come to work out how to push these projects across the finish line. This international networking event provides a great chance for the entire utility scale solar community to gather and get the latest insights from overcoming project development challenges to successfully financing projects. The event also provides an excellent opportunity for everyone with a stake in the industry to connect, build relationships, and make deals.
All of This is Delivered in 3 Dynamic Events:
Utility Scale Solar Technology Forum
September 13, 2010
Stay on top of the shifting project development landscape with an up-to-the-minute status report on the latest developments in PPA agreements, siting and permitting, and transmission and interconnection.
Utility Scale Solar Project Development Briefing
September 13, 2010
Get up-to-speed on the latest solar technologies, provider guarantees and other product offerings. Plus, hear about the latest developments in grid management and the technologies designed to provide solutions.
Utility Scale Solar Finance & Investment Summit
September 14-15, 2010
Connect with leading project developers, utilities, investors, lenders and other industry players as they chart out what it will take to successfully finance the growing pipeline of utility scale solar projects.
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