In a month’s time we’ll be headed out to Long Beach, Calif., for Intersolar North America (ISNA) and Energy Storage North America (ESNA). Hopefully you will be too (register here). And if you are, here are the keynote speakers you can look forward to Feb. 14-16 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Audrey Lee (Senior Director of Energy Strategy, Microsoft) will present Corporate Climate Leadership: Getting to Carbon-negative by 2030.
Krishna Vanka (Senior Vice President and Chief Digital Officer, Fluence) will present Digital’s Role in Transforming Solar and Storage.
Marty Adams (General Manager and Chief Engineer, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power), will present The Race To Zero: Leading the Charge on a Zero-Carbon Grid.
Shalanda Baker (Director of the Office of Economic Impact and Diversity, U.S. Department of Energy) will present Innovation on the Front Line: Solar and Storage Leadership on Community Engagement.
“Now just one month away from coming together to explore the latest advancements in solar, storage, and EV charging infrastructure, we’re thrilled to welcome four inspiring industry leaders who share our passion for a future fueled by renewable energy,” said Wes Doane, Event Director, Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America.
Additionally, on February 15, conference attendees can attend How Solar and Storage Lead the Way to Tackling Climate Change, an engaging discussion between Strategen Founder and CEO Janice Lin and Aurora Solar GM Paul Grana.
— Solar Builder magazine