IREC to Present New 3iForum at SPI in Chicago

30 Minute Insight Sessions for Your Fast Paced World of Solar

July 15, 2013. Three days of insightful 30-minute sessions from solar thought leaders will take shape as the first IREC 3iForum, on the floor of Solar Power International October 22-24 in Chicago, IREC announced today.


"We're bringing some of the nation's most involved thought leaders directly to the leading solar industry gathering in the North America, with information and insight attendees need to keep up with the fast-paced changing issues, successes and challenges," says Larry Sherwood, IREC vice president and COO. "We'll also share the experts' forecasts and recommendations based on best practices that in many cases they have helped shape."

Session Titles

*Building the Market: IREC Tackling Issues You Need for Success
*Future of Net Metering
*Why Market Valued IREC Credentials Matter
*Better Trained Workers Affect Your Bottom Line: The Solar Instructor Training Network at Work
*IREC's Annual Solar Market Trends Report
*Improving Interconnection: Integrated Distribution Planning
*Shared Solar: Growing the Consumer Base

All badged SPI attendees will have access to the IREC 3iForum, which will take place on the exhibit floor at McCormick Place, Chicago. For more information contact Ruth Fein: ruthw@irecusa.org.

About IREC
IREC believes clean energy is critical to achieving a sustainable and economically strong future. To pave this clean energy path, IREC works to expand consumer access to clean energy; generates information and objective analysis grounded in best practices and standards; and leads programs to build a quality clean energy workforce, including a unique credentialing program for training programs and instructors. Since 1982, IREC's programs and policies have benefitted energy consumers, policymakers, utilities and the clean energy industry. As of July 2013, IREC is an accredited American National Standards Developer. More information at: www.irecusa.org

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