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On-Demand Replays Available Here!

We understand that people are busier than ever these days and can't always attend an online event during times of live broadcast. That's even more true for programs that run for a day or more. So we've made it easy for virtually everyone to access the sessions of this amazing conference.

Check out this page for on-demand replays of the March 23 - 24 track on Renewable Energy & Alternative Fuels ... featuring 23 experts from key organizations on the timely energy topics. And through your purchase or donation know that you'll be an important part of the solution by making our next programs possible.     Need further details first? Click here.

Taking Orders Now!

Wanted to be there live but you couldn't work it out? Or found out about the event after the fact and hate to have missed it? Well, it's not too late ... and we've got you covered!

You can order a full set of replays featuring all 23 speakers ... and access them at your convenience ... for the bargain price of just $75. Use the button at right to sign up now.

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Organizing, hosting and promoting our events is no small feat. It takes a lot of time plus expense. Producing video replays is an involved process as well. We depend on donations to be able to offer these services.

By making a tax-deductible contribution you'll enable us to continue this valuable work. 

To best meet your needs, we've edited the footage into packages on selected topics so you can choose those of greatest interest to you, or purchase the package above as a whole. Following are the options -- Donate the minimum amount shown or more and we'll show our thanks by providing the noted replays plus a copy of our new Energy E-Book.

NOTE: Packages with " *" after the name are on "back order". You can order now and we'll send you an email on timing or let us know your interests through the Contact box above and we'll let you know when its ready to send. Thank you!


"Keynote Plus"   *           ​Donate $15 or more for this package plus E-Book!

  • KEYNOTE SPEAKER:  Karl R. Rábago, Executive Director, Pace Energy & Climate Center (NY); former roles as Deputy Assistant Secretary, US Department of Energy; Commissioner, Texas Public Utility Commission; Vice President of Distributed Energy Services, Austin Energy; & other key roles                                                    Topic: “Utilities of the Future: Opportunities for a Cleaner, Greener & Empowered Electric Grid”  

  • Steve Clemmer -  Director of Energy Research & Analysis, Union of Concerned Scientists                                                                                                           Topic: The Clean Power Plan Opportunity: Accelerating the Transition to Renewables

  • Ruth McCormick - Director of Federal & State Affairs, Business Council for Sustainable Energy                                                                                                                         Topic: Clean Energy Solutions: Providing Sustainable Energy in America  ... technology markets, impacts of industry sectors, other findings of the Sustainable Energy in America Fact Book 

"Solar Plus"     Donate $25 or more for this package plus E-Book!

Solar Energy, Utilities & Community-Based Renewables:

  • Jennifer Szaro - Senior Director of Programs, Solar Electric Power Association/Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA)                                                                                Topic: “Utility Solar: the Expanding Nexus Between Electric Utilities & Solar Energy”
  • Andrea Luecke - President & Executive Director, The Solar Foundation                    Topic: “Solar Energy & the Economy: Job Creation, Business Growth & Economic Development for Communities”
  • Emily Stiever – Chief of Staff, Community Power Network                                  Topic: “Community EmPowerment: Helping Communities Go Solar with Solar Co-ops”
  • Josh Halley - Renewable Power Program Manager, Portland General Electric
    Topic: Innovative Utility-Scale Renewable Energy Services, Approaches & Results

  • Philipp Beiter - Energy Markets & Policy Analyst, Strategic Energy Analysis Center, Strategic Energy Analysis Center, National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL)                   Topic: “Renewable Energy Data Book – Trends & Key Statistics in Renewable Energy”
  • Dr. James Fenton - Director, Florida Solar Energy Center
    Topic: PV, EV & Your Home: How Transportation and Grid Integration Work Together

"Planning Plus"          Donate $15 or more for this package plus E-Book!

Community Planning, Community Innovations  Rural Opportunities:

  • Community Planning for Renewables - Lindy Wordlaw, AICP   -- Chair, Environment, Natural Resources & Energy Division, American Planning Association  
  • Alternatives for Community-Based  Initiatives - Chris Castro, LEED GA, CPB,Senior Energy Advisor, Program Manager, City Energy Project, Office of Sustainability & Energy, City of Orlando
  • Rural Communities: Opportunities & Resources for Renewable Energy - Jefferson County Small Business Development Program 

"Green Power"   *    Donate $15 or more for this package plus E-Book!

Green Power Markets, Trends & Opportunities:

  • Christopher Kent – Program Manager, Green Power Partnerships Program, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

  • Eric O’Shaughnessy -  Market & Policy Impact Group, Strategic Energy Analysis Center, National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) 
  • Jennifer Martin – Executive Director, Center for Resource Solutions

"Bio-energy"    *     Donate $15 or more for this package plus E-Book!

Bioenergy: National Outlook on Achievements & Potential:

  • Jonathan Male, Director, Office of Bioenergy Technologies, US Department of Energy (USDOE)      
  • Bob Cleaves - President, Biomass Power Association 

"Transportation Fuels"  *  Donate $25 or more for this package plus E-Book!

Clean Cities & Alternative Fuel Vehicles:  

  • Colleen Kettles - Clean Cities Coordinator, FL & Florida Solar Energy Center Program Director
  • Dr. James Fenton - Director, Florida Solar Energy Center
    Topic: PV, EV & Your Home: How Transportation and Grid Integration Work Together

  • Trevelyn Hall - Clean Cities Southeast Region Manager, US DOE/National Energy Technology Lab - Office of Energy Project Management
  • Cornelius Willingham - Electric Vehicle Strategy & Business Development Manager, Nissan USA
  • Britta Gross - Director, Advanced Vehicle Commercialization Policy, General Motors
  • Kenneth Hernandez - Program Manager, Alternative Fuel Vehicles, TECO Energy – Tampa Electric and Peoples Gas
  • Anne-Louise Seabury - Electric Vehicle Program Manager, Florida Power & Light

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