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Now marks the 13th year of Solar Summit. However, to adapt to the ‘new normal’, it returns as a full virtual conference. With hundreds of notable attendees, the topics to be covered are concerning with the latest improvements in solar markets.

This includes the impact of ‘deep decarbonization’ policy changes across the US and in the international scene, the result of the decreasing ITC, the next-generation for digitalization, and innovative technology that can revolutionize solar energy’s future, the mandate on California’s New Home Solar and other essential issues.

As the industry of solar energy prepares for the decrease of ITC World, asset owners and developers are searching to enhance their pipeline, and now, it is important to understand how to create the best procurement judgments and manage when projects will be approaching online.

Our internal research proficiency with the perspectives of US and global solar leaders, including top financiers, developers, regulators, installers, and utilities, the discussions in Solar Summit 2020 will thoroughly tackle how solar energy system performance, groundbreaking finance mechanisms, and expansion can counterbalance the ITC step-down’s impact on project margins.

Featured Speakers:

  • Anne Hoskins – Chief Policy Officer (Sunrun)
  • Brian Janous – General Manager, Energy & Sustainability (Microsoft)
  • Christopher Hansen – Vice President, Origination & Renewables (Tennessee Valley Authority)
  • Georges Antoun – Chief Commercial Officer (First Solar)
  • Tony Dorazio – Chief Commercial Officer (Avangrid)
  • Beth Galante – Senior Vice President of Business Development (PosiGen)
  • Mike Hall – CEO (Borrego Solar)
  • Joel Gamoran – Vice President & General Manager, Energy Services (Arcadia)
  • Cliff Kim – Vice President, Senior Credit Officer, Global Project & Infrastructure Finance (Moody’s)


  • The meaning of widespread momentum for decarbonization for the solar energy’s acceleration across the US.
  • How to make solar practical in unprecedented market and scenarios of commodity volatility.
  • The biggest policy losers and winners.
  • The progressing landscapes of technology for solar components and O&M.
  • New solar investor reports and the growth of utility-owned solar.
  • The rise of utility-scale corporate solar and its meaning for onsite C&I installers.
  • The newest developing worldwide markets for solar in the upcoming 5 years.

If you are looking to be part of Solar Summit, click on the link below to register. Please note that there are limited slots available only. See you there!

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