RE+NorthEast Networking Marketing Forum, Boston

The RE+NorthEast 2023, the largest 2-Day Networking Marketing Forum dedicated to developing, promoting, and integrating renewable energy in the Northeastern United States, has opened its door to more than 3000 attendees and 120+ exhibitors. The growing popularity of renewable energy power sparked gatherings in the New England Westin Seaport Convention Center, Boston, MA. The Event demonstrated strong demand for networking, learning, and knowledge sharing. RE+ Forum united professionals from a variety of divisions within the industry, including solar power, energy storage, microgrids, solar marketing, customer education, farming, reforestation, and community outreach. 

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The RE+NorthEast 2023 Forum belongs  to a chain of similar RE+ Forums organized by the “RE+Events” – the global Event Association Management Organization that specializes in the clean energy industry. The Re+ events are broadly advertised in the media and I shared my efforts to promote the venue and publicize my articles in digital magazines and social media.The upcoming RE+ Forums following the RE+NorthEast include RE+Northern California,  RE+Texas, Solar Storage Mexico, Electricity Transformation Canada, and more.                                                                                                                       

Marketing Forum That Promotes Green Energy for Living                                 

RE+NorthEast 2023 welcomed a large group of keynote speakers and policymakers who shared their expertise and opinion during structured group discussions and networking. With heartfelt welcoming speeches from Abigail Ross Hopper, the President and CEO of (SEIA), and the president of (SEPA) Sheri Givens, the Forum was up to a great start showcasing the lineup of green energy speakers and covering a variety of topics. 

The Future of Decommissioning and Solar Panels Recycling                     

Pro-solar state policies under the Inflation Reduction Act positioned the North East to be a key region of solar energy growth in the United States. To accommodate this kind of expansion in the market, it will be necessary to significantly scale up recycling programs, community education, solar marketing, and partnerships to meet increased demand.

Discussion “The Future of PV Panel Recycling & Decommissioning in the Northeast”, moderated by Robert Nicholson, Manager of PV Recycling, SEIA, was one of the highlights of the Re+NorthEast 20203 Forum.                             

Panelists:                                                                                                                                

Adam Sokolski, Director, Regulatory and Legislative Affairs, EDF                             

Deb Peck Kelleher, Deputy Director, Alliance for Clean Energy NY

Angie Burke, Director, Operations & Maintenance, Pivot Energy; and                     

Alexandra Harrison, EVP & General Manager, ONTILITY, provided insights and explored the future of decommissioning of solar panels in the NE and countrywide. 

Clean Energy State Briefing — New York City                                                  

During the RE+ NorthEast Marketing Forum, attendees had an opportunity to meet and engage in conversation with the leaders in the field of sustainability and green technologies. State Briefing — New York City introduced panelist John Williams, Director of Policy and Regulatory Affairs, NYSERDA. This briefing covered an in-depth look at the clean energy landscape in New York City and welcomed the questions on issues impacting the state. Other panelists, guests,  participants, and exhibitors included major players in the industry: Panasonic (EverVolt), Vivint Solar, SunRun, NautilusSolar, Genie Solar Energy, William Forestry Associates, PylonTech, Scanifly, Solstice, CoreTech, and others. 

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How Can Renewable Energy Change the Future?                                       

Although all the participants of the RE+NorthEast Forum discussed standard or individually designed services, most of them are visionary business leaders. They aim to bring better living into the future. The RE+NorthEast 2023 space for discussion, opened to all attendees, showcased the full potential of renewable, drone, IT, and other technologies in the sustainability field. It was a great source of information, collaboration, and sale-negotiation regardless of the region or product display.                                                                                                                             

 

About Green Desk Marketing                                                                                 

Green Desk Marketing, LLC is a partner of choice for renewable energy brands, sustainable businesses, health and wellness service providers, and other businesses seeking inbound marketing upgrades, web development, SEO content, and PR/Media Outreach. We offer branding, marketing, web and SEO content solutions at reasonable prices.                                                                                                                 

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