IREC’s 2010 Annual Meeting: the recap (including presentations)

IREC’s 2010 Annual Meeting has come and gone, and not surprisingly, it was another great gathering with some of the top  experts discussing net metering and interconnection, clean energy workforce education, credentialing, best practices in state policies, and national solar market trends.  Couldn’t make it? Don’t worry…we’ve got the presentations here for you:

1)  Got Credentials? Jane Weissman, IREC Executive Director

2)  Workforce Development Training Needs and Trends.  Jerry Ventre, IREC

3)  ISPQ Growth and Expansion. Pat Fox, IREC

4)  Solar Instructor Training Network: Building Today’s Clean Energy Workforce.  Joe Sarubbi, IREC

5)  Solar Energy Technologies Program Workforce Development Activities. Katie Bolcar, U.S. Department of Energy

6)  U.S. Solar Market Data.  Larry Sherwood, Sherwood & Associates

7)  2010 Regulatory Update.  Jason Keyes, Kevin Fox, Joe Wiedman, Keyes & Fox, LLC

8)  Small Wind Certification Council, Small Wind Turbine Certification.  Larry Sherwood, SWCC Executive Director

9)  State Solar Policy Developments: Greatest Hits 2009-2010.  Rusty Haynes, DSIRE

10)  Updated Recommendations for FERC: Small Generator Interconnection Procedures Screens. Tommy Cleveland, NCSC, and Mike Sheehan, IREC

11)  California’s Solar Success.  Adam Browning, the Vote Solar Initiative

12)  A New Mexico Perspective for IREC’s 2010 Annual Meeting.  New Mexico Public Regulation Commissioner Jason Marks

13)  Accelerating the U.S. Solar Market: Updates on DOE Initiatives.  Solar Market Transformation Team

You can also find IREC’s 2010 Annual Updates and Trends Report here, along with a link to the 2010 winners of the IREC Innovation and Special Recognition Awards.

Oh…and mark your calendars for IREC’s 2011 Annual Meeting: Monday, October 17 in Dallas, Texas. See you there.

Thanks (again) to our very generous sponsors for the 2010 Annual Meeting


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