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Intersolar North America and Energy Storage North America Announce Their In-person Event Will Now Be Held in January 2022


Intersolar North America (ISNA) and Energy Storage North America (ESNA),the industry’s flagship solar + storage events, today announced that their newly combined conference and tradeshow is impossible to hold in person in 2021 due to the ongoing risks of COVID-19. New dates have been secured for January 13-15, 2022 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, CA.


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

NH Research Launches Enerlab™ 2.0 Enterprise Lab Management Software for Remote Battery Testing

NH Research Inc. (NHR), a leading provider of battery test solutions for the electric vehicle and renewable energy markets, announces the launch of Enerlab™ 2.0, a battery test lab management solution. Read more >>


Powering Resilience and Workforce Development

Twende Solar

Twende Solar installed a 23.7 kW solar system on the Quinault Indian Nation reservation. The system will generate economic savings, increase climate resilience, and provide workforce development and training opportunities. The system includes donated equipment from the 2020 Solar Games. Read more >>

Renewable Energy and Solar Research Report: What’s in Store for 2021

Rated Power

A study carried out to +100 diverse industry experts evidenced their confidence on the fact that solar power generation will expand to record levels in 2021. This will be led by countries with supportive government policies and investment strategies while in conjunction with digitalization and innovation. Read more >>

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