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$2195 – $3390

Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit

March 19 - March 21

The Solar Power Finance & Investment Summit is recognized as the leading gathering place for the industry’s deal-makers. Each year, senior-level solar and financial executives mingle in an intimate setting that provides for an efficient, in-depth, and focused networking experience. From beginning to end, the Summit offers up constant opportunities to meet key dealmakers, learn about their plans for the upcoming year, and capitalize on new prospects that will lead to successful deals. Networking opportunities extend into the night with hosted dinners and other activities. The Summit is the primary industry event where industry players come to stay abreast of... [more]

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Climate Leadership Conference

March 20 - March 22

The Annual Climate Leadership Conference brings together influential climate, energy, and sustainability professionals from around the globe to address climate change through policy, innovation, and business solutions. Join us for the 8th event to collaborate with an unparalleled group of experts and thought leaders, learn about cutting-edge carbon and energy practices, and navigate the climate policy landscape. The Climate Leadership Conference annually attracts a global audience of over 400 executives, practitioners, and organizations confronting climate change in their operations. CLC delegates are climate, energy, and sustainability professionals.

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9:00 AM
$300 – $450

ACORE’s Renewable Energy Policy Forum

March 20 @ 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

About the Forum ACORE’s Renewable Energy Policy Forum is the leading pan-technology renewable energy summit to address federal and state policy. Featuring engaging discussions between industry leaders and key elected officials, the forum offers a pragmatic perspective on challenges and opportunities in the new Washington landscape. Who Attends The Renewable Energy Policy Forum convenes 250 industry executives from more than 160 companies in the renewable energy sector. Featuring financiers, developers, energy experts, policymakers, and other senior officials, The Policy Forum is the can’t miss event for the latest on policy, investment, and market trends.

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10:00 AM

Transportation Funding: Options for a Sustainable Future

March 20 @ 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

The largest pot of federal infrastructure funding flows from the Highway Trust Fund, which is set to run out of cash again in mid-2021, as the FAST Act expires. If Congress doesn’t act, current spending levels will require an average $20 billion in additional bailouts every year. Finding a trust fund fix is key to sustainably funding our transportation programs, but it’s also only one part of the equation when the United States faces such massive infrastructure investment needs. Please join us to hear from former Reps. Joe Crowley and Bill Shuster for their thoughts on how to fix the... [more]

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4:00 PM

Chevron: Accidental Landmark

March 20 @ 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Featuring Adam White, Assistant Professor, Antonin Scalia Law School, and Executive Director, The C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State; David Doniger, NRDC Senior Strategic Director of the Climate & Clean Energy Program; and Will Yeatman, Research Fellow, Cato Institute; moderated by Ilya Shapiro, Director, Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies, Cato Institute. Justice John Paul Stevens’s majority opinion in Chevron v. Natural Resources Defense Council (1984) has become among the most hotly debated topics in legal circles. The “Chevron Doctrine,” which says that courts should defer to the interpretations of executive agencies on ambiguous... [more]

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