SEPA’s educational series and events provide utility and solar industry members opportunities to better understand the technical and market issues related to solar energy and utility integration of solar projects and programs into their business models.

Upcoming events
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The 51st State

The 51st State is a call to harness all of the creativity and innovation across our industry. Our goal is to find multiple frameworks that provide a platform for all stakeholders to participate in our energy future together. Experience the 51st State Today.  learn more >

CONFERENCE  May 27-29,2015
Energy Storage Association 25th Annual Conference & Expo

Dallas, TX

The most influential leaders in energy gather in Dallas to shape the future of energy storage. From manufacturers to utilities, investors to policymakers, the ESA Annual Conference will bring over 1,000 industry professionals ready to network, learn, and gain insight on emerging trends.   learn more >

WEBINAR  Thursday, May 28, 2015
Utilities of the Future - Understanding Customers & Leveraging Solar

11am Pacific/2pm Eastern | Estimated duration: 1 hour

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WEBINAR  Thursday, June 25, 2015
Cracking the Code: Understanding the Texas Utility and Solar Market

11am Pacific/2pm Eastern | Estimated duration: 1 hour

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CONFERENCE  September 14-17, 2015
Solar Power International

Anaheim, CA

Solar Power International, the solar energy industry's most powerful, comprehensive educational conference and product exhibition, will be held September 14-17, 2015 in Anaheim, California.  learn more >

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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 >