This year during SPI, ESI, and North America Smart Energy Week, explore how microgrids are helping advance distributed energy resource projects and bring geothermal energy solutions to a 19,000+ audience of solar, energy storage, and smart energy professionals. It’s a unique opportunity to expand your installer base by building key relationships with:
- System integrators
- Commercial & residential installers
- End users
- Construction managers
- International Buyers Program delegates
Geothermal companies and organizations will be located in the Smart Energy Microgrid Marketplace, a one-stop shop for attendees looking to:
- Evaluate the benefits of a wide range of renewable energy resources, such as geothermal.
- Experience a fully-functioning "live" microgrid that includes power conversion equipment, energy management systems, storage systems, and more.
- Explore smart energy products and smart charging solutions.
- Discover energy solutions for community and C&I projects.
- Engage in a microgrid Expo Hall Walking Tour, visiting participating companies on the show floor.
Connect with International Buyers and U.S. Manufacturers
Exhibitors at SPI, ESI, and North America Smart Energy Week have a premier opportunity to participate in the International Buyers Program (IBP), organized by the U.S. Department of Commerce. IBP benefits U.S.-based exhibitors by bringing overseas delegations to meet with U.S. exhibitors to make connections that lead to export partnerships and export sales. The USDOC brought 1,000+ delegates in 2018 and is on target to exceed that number in 2019.
Interested in Exhibiting?
More than 700 companies exhibited at SPI, ESI, and North America Smart Energy Week in 2018, they were part of the largest energy event in North America. For more information about geothermal energy at SPI, ESI, and North America Smart Energy Week, please contact Jennifer Jenkins, Director, New Market Development.
A California Foundation
Geothermal energy is a baseload power source that can provide a constant stream of energy to regional communities and can also supply direct heating and cooling to a single home or building.
According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, California is “the nation’s top producer of electricity from geothermal energy, with almost 2,700 megawatts of installed capacity and 43 operating geothermal power plants … [including] the largest complex of geothermal power plants in the world.”