Solar Power International up and running in Chicago

Solar Power International, the solar energy industry’s most powerful, comprehensive educational conference and product exhibition, is happening in Chicago now, October 21 – 24, 2013.

This year Solar Power International more than doubled the educational offering, with nearly 60 concurrent sessions and Quick Talks, more than 60 new sessions in key areas on the Expo floor, and more than 50 new educational posters.

As a media partner AltEnergyMag.com will be covering Solar Power International 2013 and bringing all the industry news and exciting new products to our eMagazine to help our readers make sense of the massive event. Make sure to check out our special SPI 2013 Newspage for Exhibitor news.

Stay tuned for our SPI 2013 Tradeshow report later this week.

 

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