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Solar and Energy Storage Northeast is now RE+ Northeast and returns February 23-24, 2022 to the Westin Boston Seaport District.

co-located with the Community Solar Power Forum

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Make regional connections

Join conversations with industry buyers, suppliers, distributors, consultants, and more to explore solutions, exchange ideas, and discover new technologies.

Participate in a series of introductory workshops.

Connect with dozens of premier companies in the exhibit hall, including: BayWa r.e. Solar Systems, Canadian Solar, CED Greentech, Chint Power Systems, Eaton, Ironridge, M Bar C Construction, Mission Solar, Solectria, Unirac, and more.


The city of Boston announced a new vaccination policy to address rising COVID-19 cases. Starting on January 15, individuals will be required to show proof of completed COVID-19 vaccination in order to enter indoor spaces, including the Westin Boston Seaport District meeting rooms and Harpoon Brewery. The requirement also extends to any restaurants and bars within the Westin Boston Seaport District.

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Want to exhibit at or sponsor RE+ Northeast 2022?

Showcase your company at the leading clean energy event in the northeastern U.S. 
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Why Attend?

This event was designed to serve and advance this market by bringing together buyers and suppliers in solar and energy storage to explore business solutions, new technologies, policy initiatives, and other market factors.

  • Meet with regional and national companies
  • Understand cutting-edge policy, trends, and know-how.
  • Grow your customer base in this regional market

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Community Solar Power Forum

February 24-25, 2022, co-located with RE+ Northeast

RE+ Events is partnering with the Coalition for Community Solar Access (CCSA) to co-host a special Community Solar Power Forum, co-located with the RE+ Northeast program.

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Thank You 2022 Sponsors


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RE+ Northeast, Powered by SEIA and SEPA

The event is produced by SEIA and SEPA. Unlike other solar conferences, all proceeds from the event support the expansion of the U.S. solar energy market through both associations’ year-round research and education activities, and SEIA’s advocacy.