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The U.S. Agency for International Development is supporting a Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Suppliers Forum to help U.S. companies selling products and services for utility-scale renewable energy and smart grids to increase their sales in developing countries.

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Renewable Energy & Smart Grid Suppliers Forum Helps Companies Expand Sales

The U.S. Agency for International Development is supporting a Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Suppliers Forum to help U.S. companies selling products and services for utility-scale renewable energy and smart grids to increase their sales in developing countries.

The U.S. Agency for International Development is supporting a Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Suppliers Forum to help U.S. companies selling products and services for utility-scale renewable energy and smart grids to increase their sales in developing countries.

The Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Suppliers Forum will:

  • Highlight opportunities for selling equipment, technologies, and services in key regional markets;
  • Offer guidance on working with partners and potential sources of financing and investment;
  • Discuss competitiveness and export strategies and approaches; and
  • Facilitate networking with other companies and partners working in each market.
  • Participants include large-scale wind and solar power developers; smart grid and energy storage technology and service providers; providers of technical services such as on renewable energy zones, reverse auctions, and variable renewable energy integration; and partners that connect companies with utilities and other customers in developing country markets.

The Forum is free to attend but advanced registration is required.

Register online here before April 12, 2018!

What: Renewable Energy and Smart Grid Suppliers Forum supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development

When: May 1, 2018; prior to the Emerging Markets Day and Industry Growth Forum organized by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Where: Embassy Suites by Hilton, downtown Denver, Colorado

Why: Helping U.S. companies expand their sales and business for utility-scale applications in developing county markets.

 
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