Agenda

This year highlights disruptive innovations that are contributing to the transformational changes in the clean energy sector and track-focused workshops will allow practitioners from across the industry (municipal leaders, private partners, non-profits, etc.) ample opportunity to share and learn how we do good work that brings benefit to our communities while meeting goals and forming valuable partnerships. 

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Highlights include:

  • Plenary Panels: experts in their fields will host moderated discussions focused on disruptive elements that are currently shaping the transformation of the clean energy sector in the North Country region. 
  • Workshop Breakouts: sector-specific tracks and smaller groups will allow practitioners the opportunity to explore plenary topics and others in more depth.
  • (MORE) Dedicated Networking Time: You talked and we listened!! More time to talk and network with presenters, exhibitors and other attendees has been added ot this year's programming schedule. 
  • Professional Training Opportunities Tuesday, 10/23  Biomass Hydronics Training that carries 7 AIA units.
  • Evening Receptions: relax and meet some of our fabulous partners at one or both of our socials.
  • Raffle Drawing: Conference sponsor SpacePack will raffle a Solstice Extreme Low Ambient Heat Pump. 
  • "DENIAL" documentary screening: Wednesday, 10/24 with meet-the-filmmakers introduction at 7:45 p.m.

 

Wednesday 10/24  
8:00-9:00 am Registration (Light Breakfast / Coffee) & Exhibitor Showcase
9:00-9:15 am Welcome Address
9:15-10:00 am Keynote Address: Transformational change at National Grid  - how utility-scale storage coupled with solar generation can shift the age-old models of supply and demand.
10:00-11:00 am Plenary 1: Community Benefit - How do we define it and support clean energy development that fits and sustains communities in a transformational marketplace?  
Meeting: BPI Contractors 10:30-12:30
11:00-11:30 am Break & Exhibitor Showcase
11:30 am -12:30 pm Plenary 2: Grid-(un)Locked?  Tech is creating opportunities so how can we overcome "paperwork" barriers for a more equitable marketplace?  
12:30-2:00 pm Networking Lunch & Exhibitor Showcase    
Training: Energy Code Municipal Opportunities w/ BPI, AIA & CEU credtis 1:00-3:00 Training: Air Source Heat Pump Basics 1:00-3:00
2:00-3:00 pm Workshop Track: The Challenges of the Low-Moderate Income Sector: Being exmplary in the field. Leidos Energy Efficiency Aggregation Getting Things Done: Municipal Project Success Stories  Business Roundtable w/ WDI
Financing for Energy Efficiency Projects Energy Circuit Rider Rural Project Aggregation
3:00-3:30 pm     Break & Exhibitor Showcase    
3:30-4:30 pm Workshop Track: LMI Success stories from the field CEC: Municipal Projects & Grant Opportunities Brookfield Power - Renewable Power Procurement Options   Training: Air Source Heat Pump Installation  
EnergizeNY PACE Finance  FIELD TRIP Barton Building LEED/Green Roof Tours 
4:30-5:30 pm Networking & Exhibitor Showcase
 
5:30 PM Evening Reception Morgan's
8:00 PM Movie Screening: Denial
Thursday 10/25  
8:30-10:00 am Networking Breakfast (Light Breakfast/Coffee) & Exhibitor Showcase    
Training: Air Sealing w/ Blower Door Test 9:00-11:00 DOS CEU credits  
10:00-11:00 am Plenary 3: EV-olution  Electrification of the transportation sector = shifting demand curves, and roles and responsibilities for all.   
 
11:00-11:30 am Break & Exhibitor Showcase
11:30 am -12:30 pm North Country School "Net Zero Campus" Project Sustainable Urbanism Land Use Planning LEED for Cities/       Communities   The New NYPA portfolio: EV, Storage, LEDs and more  
EMPEQ UnFinancing Model    
12:30-1:30 pm Lunch & Exhibitor Showcase + SpacePak RAFFLE Drawing
1:30 PM Adjourn Exhibitor Showcase Tear Down


2018 CEEC Agenda

The Sponsor & Exhibitor Prospectus contains additional information about exhibiting and sponsorship opportunities.

 




Clean Energy Economy Conference

When: October 24-25, 2018
Where: Queensbury Hotel, Glens Falls, NY

Contact us today at 518-891-6200 or energy@adirondack.org.
 


 

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