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September 24-27, 2018

Anaheim Convention Center

Anaheim, CA

Exhibit

Why exhibit at Solar Power International & Energy Storage International?

The attendees at SPI and ESI represent all segments of the solar and storage industry, from installers, utilities, C&I, and more.  It is the perfect place to hold meetings with your current clients and seek out new business partnerships—all in just four days. Invest in the premier solar and storage event in North America - join us in Anaheim, CA for SPI 2018!

Reserve Your Booth View Floor Plan

We've increased the number of theaters on the show floor to include: Energy Storage International (ESI), Electric Vehicles, Smart Energy Microgrid Marketplace, Software, Asset Management & Performance, and Commercial & Industrial (C&I) Solutions to enhance your business opportunities and increase awareness of this ever growing and changing industry.

Who will be there?

Expect to see fresh faces and gain new business onsite! SPI 2017 hit record-breaking attendance with the show welcoming 20,000 attendees to Mandalay Bay Convention Center from September 10-13. Over 1,000 international attendees from 80 different delegations were also in attendance through the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Buyer Program (IBP), which marks the largest recorded registration through the program.

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All cross-sections of the industry attend:

  • Installers
  • Developers
  • Contractors
  • Commercial builders
  • Utilities
  • Home automation experts
  • Smart home builders
  • Project developers
  • Manufacturers
  • Engineering firms
  • Finance companies
  • Storage experts

Exhibitor Pricing

Booths are available for $46 USD per square foot.

Members of SEIA and SEPA are eligible to receive a discount off the total price of their booth. 

Benefits

  • An allotment of complimentary exhibitor and client passes
  • A listing in the online exhibitor list
  • A listing in the printed show directory
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