The partnership involves a well-defined content program at multiple U.S. events including, DISTRIBUTECH International and POWERGEN International
February 06, 2020. By News Bureau
Clarion North America Energy has announced that it has formed a strategic partnership with the U.S. Energy Storage Association (ESA). The partnership involves a well-defined content program at multiple U.S. events including, DISTRIBUTECH International and POWERGEN International.
By partnering with ESA, Clarion Energy North America events will increase and enhance coverage of energy storage and offer ESA members exposure to a broad range of energy education with an audience that is highly-interested in energy storage. ESA member companies will present and speak at Clarion's event content platforms, including Full Conference Summit and Expo Hall Knowledge Hub content, pre-conference workshops and symposiums. Collaborating with ESA will give event attendees the chance to participate in conversations with leaders who are advancing the technology and applications of energy storage.
"We are thrilled to be partnering with ESA, the leading voice of the energy storage industry," said MaryBeth DeWitt, Clarion's senior vice president of North America Energy. "This partnership is a perfect alignment with many of our attendees and exhibitors who are interested in learning more about energy storage. Many are already implementing the technology at power plants and on the grid. At the same time, we feel ESA's members will benefit greatly from being involved with our events that have a deep history in the US electric power industry."
The first event of 2020 to include ESA content will be POWERGEN International December 8-10, 2020 in Orlando, Florida, followed by DISTRIBUTECH International February 9-11, 2021 in San Diego, California.
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