Upcoming events
CONFERENCE   September 14, 2015
SEPA Events at SPI

Anaheim, CA

SEPA cohosts Solar Power International and hosts several events in conjunction with the conference. learn more >

September 15, 2015
2015 SEPA Solar Power Players Awards Luncheon

11:50am–12:50pm PT | Estimated duration: 1 hour

Winners ​of ​the ​2015 ​SEPA ​Solar ​Power ​Players ​Awards were announced at Solar Power International.learn more >

WEBINAR   October 08, 2015
The Emerging Market for Solar & Energy Storage - Exploring the Impacts

11am Pacific/2pm Eastern | Estimated duration: 60 minutes

Join SEPA, Black & Veatch and the Energy Storage Association as we focus on energy storage and its impacts. Speakers will highlight the role of storage in future markets and findings from a recent report highlighting possible impacts to the California wholesale market as mandates continue to increase the integration of solar penetration and energy storage.learn more >

WEBINAR   October 20, 2015
SEPA's Annual Membership Meeting

GoToWebinar | Online

Join the rest of the SEPA Member Community as our leadership informs you about recent and upcoming events that are shaping the health and vitality of our association.learn more >

CONFERENCE   October 26, 2015
VERGE 2015

Fairmont Hotel | San Jose, CA

VERGE focuses on the technologies and systems that accelerate sustainability solutions across sectors in a climate-constrained world. Save 10% on registration with our discount code V15SEPA here.learn more >

Solar Power Northeast

Crowne Plaza White Plains | White Plains, NY

Building on the success of the sold out PV America and Solar Power Southeast, you are invited to be one of the first to participate in Solar Power Northeast. This new event is designed for those looking to do business in the Northeast solar industry. The event will provide an intimate setting to meet with 200-300 attendees from all cross-sections of the industry. Meet developers, manufacturers, utilities, and more at this two-day event where discussion topics will center around solar trends and policy in New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts.learn more >