We're working on keeping you healthy and safe so that you can move the industry forward

Welcome to the Smart Energy Market Tour powered by SPI. Solar Power Events welcomes you to a unique experience this February where Florida's energy industry can come together, build key relationships, and engage with new opportunities outdoors. Check back soon for additional details on new opportunities from this new format.  

Our Safely Connecting Initiative

Our Safely Connecting Initiative is our renewed commitment to not only providing you a world-class event, but also a safe place to connect and get the latest technologies and solutions to move our industry forward.

Working with the guidance of global, federal, and local health professionals, our team has worked diligently to assess each layer of our event to ensure that our space most importantly fosters the safest environment for you to do business. Our Safely Connecting Initiative includes several measures in a multi-tier approach that will ensure we deliver a safe experience at this year’s event.

We will continue to evolve as health guidelines and your needs change, ensuring the safest and most comfortable experience for everyone joining us at the event.


Exhibitor Guidelines. Exhibitors will receive additional guidelines in order to comply with extra sanitizing and social distancing measures. In place of high-touch items, such as giveaways, we also encourage taking advantage of digital opportunities to distribute collateral.


Cloth Masks.  Face coverings will be required for all attendees, exhibitors, and staff. Masks will be provided for anyone who needs one.

Sanitation Stations. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the event.

Regular Cleaning. We will work with the event hosts, exhibitors, and other event staff to increase cleaning regiments to ensure a safe and sanitized meeting environment.



Safety Outdoors. There's more and more mounting evidence that being outside is safer. Our biggest goal is always to keep our attendees safe and healthy, so we're moving outside.

See how other organizations are becoming creative during the pandemic in an effort to keep people safe.

  • Schools in Denmark held spring classes on playgrounds, in public parks, and even in the stands of the national soccer stadium.
  • Several towns have held meetings outdoors, including Southwick, Mass., which spaced out folding chairs in a parking lot.
  • Juleanna Glover, a Washington lobbyist, has been holding “outdoor walking meetings” — six feet apart from another person, and along predetermined, lightly populated routes.
  • In Rome, the Michelin-starred Imàgo restaurant in the iconic Hassler Hotel has relocated from its indoor space to the terrace of a seventh-floor suite for the duration of the summer.