Clean Edge: New York’s First Ever, Cross-Sector Energy Event Series

May 22, 2013

New York’s First Ever, Cross-Sector Energy Event Series

Join us June 24-28 in the Big Apple for the first everNew York Energy Week (NYEW). The week is packed with an exciting series of community-generated events focused on industry development, collaboration, and investment.

The NYEW Opening Ceremony is being hosted by the New York Academy of Sciences on Monday June 24thand will include addresses by energy leaders in government, utilities, and finance and a special appearance by Clean Edge’s own Senior Editor Clint Wilder for book signings of Clean Tech Nation.

The groundbreaking “by the industry, for the industry” initiative will include events such as REFF Wall Street hosted by ACORE and Euromoney, the Energy Data Jam hosted by Google, Inside Energy hosted by SolarCity, and five days of cross-sector panel breakfasts and energy events.

Request an invitation for these events or stay up to date via Twitter @nyenergyweek.

On June 26, SolarCity is hosting “Inside Energy” – a private reception and insider look at the latest consumer and technology trends in energy tech. Inside Energy is an exclusive opportunity to hear from leading energy innovators such as Elon Musk, visionary entrepreneur and Chairman of SolarCity and CEO of Tesla Motors and SpaceX.

The 10th Annual REFF-Wall Street returns to New York City on June 25-26. Join the debate of the latest trends in renewable energy financing and takeaway practical advice on how to move your projects forward.

 Use Code MED20CED for a 20% discount to REFF-Wall Street.

Clean Edge Senior Editor and Clean Tech Nation co-author Clint Wilder will be signing the book during New York Energy Week’s opening ceremony. Clean Tech Nation spotlights the global and domestic leaders at the forefront of the clean technology economic sector and offers a way forward for the United States as it competes with the rest of the world. “This book conveys an insightful insider’s view of renewable energy and clean-tech markets, industry, finance, and policy in a way that will leave the reader with a deeper understanding of how this revolution happened and where it must go next.” – Michael T. Eckhart, Managing Director and Global Head of Environmental Finance, Citigroup