Renewable energy is now the most cost-effective form of power, electric vehicles are competitive with gas combustion vehicles, and grid edge business innovations and demand side management technologies are changing the way consumers use and manage their energy at faster rates than ever before. Following the federal energy legislation boom in 2022, the advanced energy industry stands at the edge of an opportunity to grasp the clean energy goals that are being set throughout the country. But we won’t rise to the levels of these goals without significant change in the way businesses engage with decision-makers and consumers. To get there the industry needs a united, sustained approach from businesses leading the transition.
Advanced Energy United's Leadership Forum will bring together business and policy leaders from our membership to connect, exchange ideas and expertise, and unite around common strategies to drive the transition to 100% clean energy. Participants will engage in facilitated conversations and interactive strategy sessions with political, business, and industry leaders from across the country to inform our strategy as the only clean energy business association with the mission to achieve 100% clean energy.
Join us to unplug from your day-to-day routine and collaborate with the brightest minds to build a roadmap for a stronger advanced energy industry. Speakers and strategy sessions will cover how to:
Strengthen decision-maker relationships
Build and sustain political influence
Impact consumer behavior
The Leadership Forum fee for Advanced Energy United members is $750 per person and includes conference sessions and meals. Rooms at the Ponte Vedra Inn are reserved for a discounted rate of $359/night October 16-19th. A link to the hotel registration will be provided at check out. Hotel reservations must be made by September 15th. Contact us at email@example.com with any questions.
If you are interested in sponsoring the Leadership Forum, please contact Advanced Energy United Engagement Director Kate Johnson.