At the end of 2016, Renewable Energy World published a list of the Top Ten Renewable Energy Trends to Watch in 2017.
10. Renewable Jet Fuel
8. Pumped Storage + Renewables
7. Pay-Go Solar in Africa
6. Storage in Energy Markets
5. US Offshore Wind
4. Corporate Renewables
Bonus – Record Solar Cost
As we near the end of the second month of 2017, it is time to check if this list remains relevant at the Smart Energy Initiative’s (SEI) Annual Energy Briefing.
Slated for Friday, February 24 from 8:00 am to 11:00 am, the event will take place at the PJM Conference and Training Center in Audubon, PA.
Speakers from the energy industry will discuss current energy trends, how PA businesses are affected, and offer an industry forecast.
Additionally, pricing shifts in the market will be addressed along with recommendations for the smartest picks in energy.
An initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council (CCEDC), SEI is a public-private partnership focusing on energy efficiency, biofuels, geothermal, and solar industries. SEI services also focus on smart grid implementation and innovative use of traditional energy resources.
The Energy Briefing is designed for those who purchase energy for their company; those interested in current and future energy trends; business owners; employers from energy companies (all – alternative, fossil, efficiency and future tech); and energy consultants.
“In a world of ever changing energy issues, it is important that the Smart Energy Initiative use its resources to bring industry experts together to update companies on the state of energy locally, regionally and nationally. We invite you to learn more regarding energy trends, supplies and costs,” noted Jim Lauckner, Senior Project Consultant for SEI.
The list of speakers includes:
- Energy Trends: Locally, Regionally and Nationally – Andrew Levitt, Senior Market Strategist, PJM
- Energy: a three to five-year market view – Ed Fortunato, Managing Director, Exelon Generation Company
- Clean Jobs – Sharon Pillar, Pennsylvania Consultant, Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2)
- Energy Efficiency Trends – Eric Miller, Policy Counsel, Keystone Energy Education Alliance (KEEA)
- Solar in the Marketplace: Where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re headed – Jon Costanza, President, SunPower
The SEI Energy Briefing is generously supported by: