Intersolar North America

Exhibition: July 14-16, 2015
Conference: July 13-15, 2015

Intersolar North America – The most-attended Solar Exhibition in the United States

Intersolar AWARD 2015

This year, Intersolar will be presenting the Intersolar AWARD for the eighth time running in honor of especially innovative solutions in the solar industry. Companies are invited to submit their applications between February 2 and March 27, 2015. More

Intersolar Summit USA East takes place in May 2015

In view of the fact that the East Coast is still one of the most significant solar hubs for the US solar industry, the organizers are proud to announce the Intersolar Summit USA East, taking place on May 7th, 2015 in Brooklyn, NY.

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ees goes North America

In July 2015, "ees – electrical energy storage" takes the stage in San Francisco as a Special Exhibition at Intersolar North America. Be part of the first ees North America event in California, the state where 40% of all U.S. energy storage projects are located. Find out more about ees

Intersolar North America Welcomes Solar Industry Veteran Jim Callihan to Leadership Team

Drawing from nearly two decades of experience in the solar industry, Callihan will serve as a liaison and advisor for exhibitors and partners looking to maximize event participation.

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California made history when Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 2188, making California the first state in the country to mandate a standardized, streamlined solar permitting practice statewide. It is time to  select your booth at Intersolar North America in California.

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Intersolar donated to the organization One Child One Light 700 solar-powered LED lights, which were distributed among school children in India this July.

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Standing Ovation at the Opening Ceremony

California Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. was met with a standing ovation as he delivered the keynote remarks at Intersolar North America’s Opening Ceremony. Throughout his speech the governor emphasized how far the solar industry has come, and also how far the industry still needs to go. more