Over the course of 10 years and eight conferences, the National Clean Energy Summit has cultivated a reputation for creating a space where ideas that will advance the clean energy economy can be heard, discussed, and implemented.
This year is no different. The ninth Summit, themed “Integrating Innovation,” will highlight the economic and environmental benefits of innovative technologies and explore how policy, regulatory change, and new business models are shaping the clean energy economy.
The annual Summit offers invaluable opportunities for networking and partnerships that can elevate businesses to the next level with empowering speaker panels and its clean energy exhibitions.
Here are five reasons to boost your business by being an exhibitor at the National Clean Energy Summit:
1. Obtain added exposure for your business.
Every year, the Summit generates significant media coverage throughout local and national outlets, and attracts an audience of influential attendees from around the world. The last Summit welcomed more than 1,000 attendees.
2. Expand your network of industry professionals.
Meet senior industry executives, corporate sustainability teams, leaders from all levels of government, project developers, financiers, utilities, and representatives from state and federal agencies. Our boutique exhibition hall offers your company unparalleled opportunities to network with this select group in an intimate setting.
3. Present your product and company to key policy and decision makers.
The summit continues to be known for featuring high-profile leaders from every sector, dedicated to building clean energy progress through policy. Past Summits have welcomed many high-powered politicians and influencers as guest speakers such as President Barack Obama, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Arnold Schwarzenegger, T. Boone Pickens and more. This year’s keynote speaker is former Vice President and renowned climate advocate Al Gore.
4. Gain privileged access to a targeted audience of renewable energy advocates.
Exhibitors are presented opportunities that will drive their businesses and the clean energy economy forward, whether it is a business-to-business partnership cultivated with other exhibitors, or investments in your product by clean energy supporters. Companies that have participated as exhibitors in the past include Toyota, Tesla, Enel Green Power, View Glass and many more.
5. Enhance your knowledge about issues relevant to your industry.
As the nation’s foremost clean energy conversation, the Summit hosts panel discussions about issues most pressing to the industry. This insight is vital for developing in-demand products and business solutions. This year’s topics run the gamut from state and local clean energy initiatives to the national security implications of renewable energy.
“The National Clean Energy Summit provides a platform for companies to spread their message to others passionate about finding innovative solutions that will grow the clean energy economy and protect our planet,” said Karen Wayland, Executive Director of the Clean Energy Project. “It’s a unique opportunity and continues to yield fantastic results, not only for Nevada, but for the country. I’m confident this year won’t be any different.”
The National Clean Energy Summit is hosted by former U.S. Senator Harry Reid and Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, and co-sponsored by the Clean Energy Project and MGM Resorts International. This year’s Summit is being held on Oct. 13 at the Bellagio Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.