New keynote speaker just announced!

Mary Powell, President & CEO, Green Mountain Power has joined Solar Power Northeast 2019 as keynote speaker. Powell  is nationally recognized as an energy visionary, positioning GMP as a leading energy transformation company.  Delivering clean, cost-effective and highly reliable power to customers all across Vermont, GMP offers cutting-edge products and service to reduce costs and carbon.

About Solar Power Northeast

Solar Power Northeast (#SolarNE) is the largest forum in the Northeast for the solar and energy storage industries to come together and learn about the sustainable energy trends and legislation impacting grid resilience and electric reliability in the region. This event will feature three tracks of education plus, extensive networking opportunities.

Expect over 80 exhibitors, 1,500 attendees, and expanded energy storage business opportunities on and off the show floor.


Three tracks: Business, Technology, and Market Insights, Policy and Regulation, Resilience and Innovation

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80+ exhibitors will fill the exhibit halls, connecting attendees with industry leaders & service providers.

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Who's Coming?

Take a look at all the exhibitors and attendees expected to be in Boston for Solar Power Northeast 2019.

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Who attends?

  • Installers/Contractors
  • Project Developers (Solar, Energy Storage)
  • Construction/EPC Contractor
  • Consulting
  • Distributors
  • Finance
  • Manufacturing (Racking/Tracking, Energy Storage)

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It's important to remember that when our industry comes together at Solar Power Events, we are directly supporting the solar industry, as all event proceeds go to SEIA and SEPA.


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Solar Power 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. PV solar energy market through both associations’ year-round research and education activities, and through SEIA’s advocacy, research and communications efforts. Learn more about Solar Power Northeast.