Thu, Nov 09|
Albany Capital Center
2023 NYSEIA Solar Summit
New York is leading the clean energy transition with some of the most ambitious distributed solar and storage goals in the nation. Join us at the Albany Capital Center for the 2023 NY Solar Summit: a full-day conference and trade show dedicated to advancing solar + storage throughout the State.
Time & Place
Nov 09, 2023, 8:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Albany Capital Center, 55 Eagle St, Albany, NY 12207, USA
Join New York’s solar and storage industry at the Albany Capital Center for the 2023 NY Solar Summit, a conference and trade show dedicated to advancing rapid solar + storage deployment throughout the State.
With more than 600 attendees at our most recent conferences, the 2023 NY Solar Summit will bring together clean energy leaders from the private and public sectors for energizing sessions focusing on accelerating New York’s vibrant rooftop and community solar markets, the expanding role of energy storage, and ensuring low-income New Yorkers benefit from clean energy investments. Expert panelists and speakers will discuss barriers to progress as well as the policies, programs and business models we need to scale up distributed solar + storage in every corner of New York. The event will provide attendees with ample learning and networking opportunities, and the trade show will feature exhibitors from leading clean energy companies, a livestream of the mainstage, a series of small workshops, and much more.
New York is leading the clean energy transition with some of the most ambitious distributed solar and storage goals in the nation. The recent passage of the Inflation Reduction Act brings the State’s goals within reach, provided we have the political will to overcome emerging permitting, land use, and interconnection challenges. This conference dares New York’s public and private sector leaders to aggressively pursue solutions to these challenges and set sights well beyond 10 gigawatts of distributed solar, focusing instead on the vision of a clean, affordable, and equitable energy system to power New York’s next chapter.