Registration opens for combined Intersolar and Energy Storage North America 2022 conference

Registration in front of Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America, an industry event for solar energy + storage, has opened. The combined conference and expo will take place in person from January 13-15, 2022 in Long Beach, CA.

“Perhaps now more than ever we understand how essential collaboration is to advance the clean energy future,” said Wes Doane, event director, Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America. “Our theme of the event, ‘Stronger together’, is inspired by the power of collaboration, sharing knowledge, resources and solutions. From the integrated conference program and exhibition hall to shared networking opportunities, our 2022 event is built to foster learning and meaningful partnerships, because we are all ‘Stronger Together’.”

With a combined educational program, Intersolar and Energy Storage North America are offering conference attendees access to both event sessions through a joint registration pass. Programming will focus on actionable information on current developments in solar energy, energy storage and the integration of clean energy systems.

Full- or half-day workshops — including a NABCEP-accredited course offering continuing education units — give participants technical, hands-on programming.

The expo hall will feature the latest products, services and solutions relevant to the industry. Returning exhibitors include Shoals, Jinko Solar, IronRidge and ESS; companies exhibiting for the first time include WTEC, SIBA Fuses, Electriq Power and Lockheed Martin.

There will be presentations on the show floor, networking events and the Solar Games installation competition will return. Now in its second iteration, the competition challenges first-class installation teams from across the US to build residential solar and storage systems in a stadium-like environment. Teams are judged on installation quality, safety, speed and other criteria as they compete for the winning prize of $10,000.

“We are excited to unite the solar and storage communities in January to personally learn, connect and do business,” Doane said. “By adhering to CDC guidelines, monitoring local protocols and implementing best practices, we are confident that the 2022 event will be a safe, productive and enjoyable experience.”

News release from Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America

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