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Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America
Announce Launch of Solar + Storage Webinar Series

1/14/2021

Intersolar North America (ISNA) and Energy Storage North America (ESNA), the newly combined flagship solar + storage events, have partnered with Strategen to launch “Solar + Storage: Today’s Progress, Tomorrow’s Promise,” a free webinar series designed to educate and energize solar + storage professionals ahead of its inaugural collaborative conference and tradeshow set for July 14-16.

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Recent Coverage

Amidst the absence of spring conferences, Energy Storage North America director expects a strong return to in-person events

5/13/2020 | Published on New Project Media

Event Director Wes Doane discusses the value of in-person events and networking—and describes why they are essential to the energy industry and decarbonization efforts.

Corrosion and Conformity: Kern Solar on what solar gets wrong (and can learn from other energy industries)

5/5/2020 | Published on Solar Builder

Kern Solar Structures’ Tony Worthen discusses corrosion and conformity in the solar industry.

Exhibitor & Community News

The First Microinverter for Next Generation, High Power 500-750 Watt Solar PV Panels

NEP announced the high power “Macro-inverter” for the global solar industry. Coined as a new microinverter category, “macro” reflects the break-through power capacity of over 500Wac in a single PV-panel inverter. Previously, the industry maximum has been approximately 300Wac per module. Read More >>

 

RatedPower launches an innovative financial and comparison tool

Rated PowerAfter months of engineering and software development, RatedPower has launched its new interface equipped with state of the art financial automation that won’t leave the industry indifferent. Read more >>

 

Long Duration Energy Storage for California’s Clean, Reliable Grid

The California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) released a landmark study that found a need for up to 55 GW of Long Duration Energy Storage in California by 2045—the energy equivalent of powering over 37 million homes. Read more >>

 
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