Call for Exhibitors & Sponsors: IEEE 2030.5™ Symposium and Exhibition

 November 1, 2016, SCE-EEC, Irwindale, California

Call for Exhibitors and Sponsors

Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event attended by over 100 industry stakeholders, this year’s Symposium and Exhibition will highlight the significant advances and recent developments in IEEE 2030.5™-2013, IEEE Adoption of Smart Energy Profile 2.0 Application Protocol Standard to help enable Distributed Energy Resources (DER) integration.

The Symposium and Expo planning committee (that includes the major California utilities and other DER experts) welcomes sponsors for the event, and the opportunity for vendors to exhibit information on their products and services.

With the recent California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) Rule 21 that sets next-generation best practices in place for interconnect projects to the utility grid, a broad set of stakeholders in the utilities industry will be attending this Symposium and Expo. A portion of the event’s afternoon agenda will be dedicated to product introductions and exhibition, with exhibits also open to attendees during a post-event reception.

There is a sponsorship fee of $1000, which includes the opportunity for an exhibition space, program recognition as a sponsor, as well as 2 complementary registrations for the event.

For additional details and to secure a space in the exposition contact Dylan Tansy (dylan@sunspec.org).

TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE

  • Complete and submit this form with all contact information
  • Complete the IEEE sponsorship agreement
  • Send a logo file to in jpeg format for use in the program sponsor recognition
  • Provide names/contacts for the 2 complementary registrations

All requested information should be sent to Dylan Tansy (dylan@sunspec.org); sponsorship fees will be invoiced from IEEE upon receipt of all requested items

 

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