Renewable Energy Vermont Announces REV2019 Conference and Request for Presentations
South Burlington, VT – The 2019 Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) conference, REV It Up: Empowering Energy Transformation will take place October 10 & 11 in South Burlington, Vermont. REV’s annual conference convenes more than 550 business, policy, and finance experts from across all four major clean energy sectors: electricity, heat/cooling, transportation and efficiency.
“It’s time to REV-up action to grow our local economy and protect our communities from the climate crisis. REV2019, our 19th annual conference will focus on ideas and solutions that accelerate the pace of local renewable energy and resiliency,” said Olivia Campbell Andersen, Renewable Energy Vermont’s executive director.
The conference committee invites interested speakers to submit a presentation proposal by 12 noon on Thursday, May 30th. Presentation proposals must be submitted online at www.revconference.org. Topics of interest include: comprehensive energy planning; transportation electrification; grid modernization; energy storage; renewable heating; legal, legislative, and policy updates; finance tools; net zero and living buildings; customer engagement; renewable electricity; and equity.
Sponsors and presenters may access new business-to-business meetings and unparalleled networking opportunities. Also new this year, REV2019 returns to its roots by including a fun and free public expo on Thursday evening. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about or suggestions for the conference.
About Renewable Energy Vermont
Renewable Energy Vermont represents businesses, non-profits, utilities, and individuals committed to reducing our reliance on dirty fossil fuels by increasing clean, renewable energy and energy efficiency. Vermont’s clean energy economy includes 3,751 businesses employing approximately 6% of Vermont’s workforce. Together, we will achieve 100% total renewable energy (electric, thermal, transportation). Learn more at www.revermont.org.