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Thank you for attending the SunSpec Conferences at Intersolar North America! Presentations are available for download above and see below for a recap of everything that happened at Intersolar!
Now in its 7th year, the Intersolar Finance Symposium is where solar financiers, bankers, rating agencies, project developers, originators, servicing firms, data analytics companies, and related companies engage with participants to share insights, discuss current market trends in solar finance and asset management, and explore new business opportunities. Register Now
As of the end of 2016, the U.S. had 40 gigawatts (GW) of installed photovoltaic capacity, having almost doubled in capacity from the previous year. Much of the solar industry focus has shifted to the development of strategies to optimize the installed base of solar assets and maximized mixed portfolios of DER assets.
The Intersolar Solar Asset Management Summit is where expert speakers from market researchers, national laboratories, world class asset operations and management providers, leading service providers, independent engineers, owners, financiers and standards bodies will engage with panelists and participants to discuss trends shaping the market. Register Now
Discount Codes for Intersolar Conferences
A discount codes are available for members of the SunSpec Alliance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your code!
Over the past year, the SunSpec Alliance has been working with dozens of companies to develop data interchange standards under the Orange Button program. On Wednesday July 12, SunSpec will unveil the latest in this collaboration, including standardized data taxonomy and API for the solar industry, and encourage software developers to collaborate with each other at a complimentary breakfast. Companies currently planning to implement include Wells Fargo, Oracle, CoreFiling, Clean Power Research, Aurora. Click here to learn more or register to attend.
Distributed Energy Resource (DER) interconnection requirements are changing in California. The revised CA Rule 21 is in effect and IEEE 2030.5 data communication will be required in 2018. If you design, manufacture, specify, deploy or aggregate systems that are subject to CA Rule 21 regulations, you need the information available at this free workshop that includes networking and drinks! You will learn:
- What is IEEE 2030.5 and why is it important to the state of California and the rest of the U.S.?
- How does IEEE 2030.5 relate to the California Smart Inverter Profile (CSIP) and utility handbook?
- What is the relationship between IEEE 2030.5 to IEEE 1547?
- When will SunSpec’s IEEE 2030.5 test and certification criteria be available?
- Who can provide testing services and test tools and how are companies qualified?
- How are IEEE 2030.5 networks constructed?
- What are the roles of utilities, aggregators, and individual systems?
- What are the cybersecurity considerations with IEEE 2030.5?
- Which companies are active in the IEEE 2030.5 community today?
- Is there an open source version of IEEE 2030.5?
- Which states will follow California’s lead?