The 2021 Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) conference, REV It Up: Climate Action, Equity & Resilience will take place October 4 & 5 in South Burlington, Vermont. The largest comprehensive renewable energy event in New England, REV’s annual conference and expo convenes more than 500 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. REV2021, our 21st annual conference will focus on ideas and solutions that build an equitable and sustainable energy future for New England,” said Olivia Campbell Andersen, Renewable Energy Vermont’s executive director.
The conference committee invites interested speakers to submit presentation proposals by Friday, June 18th. Presentation proposals must be submitted online at www.revconference.org.
Speakers and attendees enjoy unparalleled networking opportunities and new project and initiative partnership connections at the event. Topics of interest include: energy and climate equity; transportation and thermal electrification; comprehensive energy planning, including Vermont’s climate action plan; grid modernization; energy storage; renewable heating; legal, legislative, and policy updates; finance tools; net zero and living buildings.
REV2021 is guided by a conference committee of business and association leaders from across the renewable energy sector. Incorporating a diverse array of experience and perspectives on clean energy, this group includes: Hillary Andrews, Efficiency Vermont; Josh Bagnato, TDI; Dan Bosley, Northeast Clean Energy Council; Olivia Campbell Andersen, Renewable Energy Vermont; Molly Connors, ISO New England; Chad Farrell, Encore Renewable Energy; Marie-Claude Francoeur, Government of Quebec; Joan Goldstein, Vermont Department of Economic Development; Meredith Hatfield, New England Conference of Public Utilities Commissioners; Karen Jernigan, PowerGuru; Kerrick Johnson, Vermont Electric Power Company (VELCO); Mari McClure, Green Mountain Power; James Moore, SunCommon; Nathan Phelps, Vote Solar; Michael Pizziferri, Government of Quebec; Stephen Posner, University of Vermont Gund Institute; Kit Price, Renewable Energy Vermont; Andrew Raubvogel, Dunkiel Saunders Elliot Raubvogel & Hand; Michael Shank, Carbon Neutral Cities Alliance; and Darren Springer, Burlington Electric Department.
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