Wind energy rounds out the comprehensive renewable energy solutions on display at North America Smart Energy Week. With the cost of wind and energy storage technology continuing to fall, more businesses are offering a mix of wind, solar, and energy storage projects to meet the growing demand of their customers. And at the largest energy event in North America, there’s no better place to find this intersection of utility-scale wind, distributed wind, energy storage, microgrids, and solar power! Discover a variety of companies providing hybrid energy solutions on the expo floor, along with compelling educational content.
Utility-scale Wind and Hybrid Projects
Wind+solar+storage projects that provide hybrid solutions are gaining more attention as their value in balancing renewable energy generation, increasing system efficiency, and reducing customer costs becomes realized. This year, explore how utility-scale wind generation plays a role in this growing trend and the potential shift in business models.
Attendees interested in distributed wind and connecting technologies like energy storage, software, microgrids, can find them at SPI, ESI, and North America Smart Energy Week. This year, explore a variety of solutions and potential partners that can help reduce costs for your distributed wind project.
Wind & Hybrid Energy Exhibitors
- Bergey Windpower Co.
- Distributed Wind Energy Association
- EDF Renewables
- Gamesa Electric
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 Buyer 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, helping make it the largest energy event in North America. For more information about wind power at SPI, ESI, and North America Smart Energy Week, please contact Jennifer Jenkins, Director, New Market Development.