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September 24-27, 2018

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Anaheim, CA

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A Look Back at Past Shows

Below you'll find details on our past events. Check out our recap video and past schedules to help you plan for the upcoming show. Registration for SPI and ESI 2018 will open in March 2018.


Solar Power International and Energy Storage International 2017

For a consecutive year, Solar Power International opened their doors to a record-breaking crowd. The four-day event at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV welcomed 20,000 attendees from September 10 to 13 and showcased an expanded show floor and an even more robust educational program, bolstered by the co-location of Energy Storage International (ESI), Hydrogen + Fuel Cells North America, the Smart Energy Microgrid Marketplace, and The Technical Symposium. More than 700 exhibitors filled the nearly 260,000 square feet of exhibit space.


SPI 2016

SPI 2016 claimed the top spot as the largest solar trade show in North America for another year in a row! The event drew in 18,000 attendees (a 20% increase over 2015) and 650 companies on the expo floor in Las Vegas, NV, September 12-15. See what happened!


SPI 2015

SPI 2015 claimed the top spot as the largest solar trade show in North America! With over 15,000 attendees and 600 companies on the expo floor in Anaheim, September 14-17, SPI was and is a can't-miss event. See what happened!


SPI 2014

SPI 2014 experienced the only year-over-year growth of any major solar event, with upwards of 15,000 solar energy professionals and advocates converging in Las Vegas, October 20-23, to attend top-tier educational programming, network with industry peers, and do business on the expansive, 200,000-plus square-foot exhibition floor. See what happened!

Conference & Expo Guide Post Show Report


SPI 2013

Approximately 13,000 energized solar industry professionals and nearly 600 exhibiting companies packed McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois, for Solar Power International 2013, October 21-24. The energy was palpable as the show welcomed significant crowds from the Midwest, the largest first-time attendance in years and record-breaking attendance in conference program sessions.

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