Upcoming Events

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

FERC Response to NOPR & Order on Grid Resilience in RTOs & ISOs

The GABI will host a presentation entitled “FERC Response to NOPR and Order on Grid Resilience in RTOs and ISOs.”

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Get Plugged in to a Clean Energy Future in DC

Join this information session to learn about volunteer opportunities with Generation 180, a Virginia-based nonprofit organization committed to spreading energy awareness and clean energy adoption among individuals and communities across the country.

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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Environmental and Energy Study Institute

The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) and the National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) invite you to a briefing to discuss climate/weather risks to America’s coastal communities and the types of resilience plans local governments and regional partnerships are developing to safeguard their residents, built assets, and economies.

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Climate & Energy Policy Happy Hour

Working in energy and climate-related policy can be a hard and isolating job in DC, so come build fellowship and collaboration with others who work in this field. This is an excellent opportunity to share information and deepen networks.

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Bowie Solar Celebration

You’re invited to come celebrate the successes of Bowie Solar Co-ops, hear about their new name and vision for the future, and learn about exciting new ways to get involved with Solar United Neighbors.

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Women’s Energy Network, Washington DC Chapter – Winter Happy Hour

Join the Women’s Energy Network for their winter Happy Hour reception!

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Friday, February 23, 2018

4th Annual Clean Energy and Sustainability Extravaganza

4th Annual Clean Energy & Sustainability Extravaganza at University of Maryland, Feb. 23rd
Want to…
 Learn about –and join—the cleantech revolution?
See how the University of Maryland and local entrepreneurs are pioneering cleantech solutions?
Steer your career in a more inspiring direction?
 
Then DON’T MISS THIS ONE! It’s the 4th Annual Clean Energy & Sustainability Extravaganza! And it’s all about  Cleantech Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
For the first time, the Extravaganza will be held at the University of Maryland.
 
Get tips on careers, meet speakers, and see demo’s of real-world solutions, 11 am  – 8 pm, Friday the 23rd of February, at the Stamp Student Union, U of MD, College Park. 
Exhibitors include Advanced Biofuels USA, Edison Energy, Lockheed Martin, Nissan Leaf, Standard Solar, and UMD departments on entrepreneurship and sustainability, and more.  
Register now for one, two, or all three events  luncheon career panel, university + entrepreneurs’ showcase; evening reception here.

1) Luncheon with panel discussion on “Career Perspectives in Cleantech from Women Leaders.”

2) Showcase panels and exhibitors focused on cleantech innovations being UMD and businesses

3) Networking Reception

Contact: Info@leadersinenergy.org

Topical Areas: Sustainability, Energy, Cleantech, Business, Green, Women Leaders, Entrepreneurship, Innovation, Start-Ups, Research, Networking, Renewable Energy

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DC WRISE – Lunch & Learn with SEPA President Julia Hamm

Please join Women of Renewable Industries and Sustainable Energy for a WRISE DC lunch and learn with Julia Hamm, President and Chief Executive Officer of Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA).

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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Charity Guest Bartenders – GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic

Come out for the next Charity Guest Bartender Series! GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic  is being brought in this month to help sling some delicious brews!

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Charity Guest Bartenders: GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic

Come out and enjoy some solar powered beer at Atlas Brew Works while supporting GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic, a solar non-profit organization. GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic brings clean, renewable power to low-income families across D.C., Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware, and provides hands-on job training opportunities to volunteers and job trainees. Learn more about this organization on Sunday, February 25th. The tips earned by the guest bartenders are donated to GRID, supporting low-income solar and job training in the region! RSVP on Facebook, or just stop by!

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