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Register for the next #SolarChat – Solar and Energy Storage

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DATE TBC – 11 a.m. PST, 2 p.m. EST

Is energy storage the key to unlock all the potential of solar? Is it the final puzzle piece for widespread solar adoption in residential, commercial and off grid systems around the globe?

Some have called energy storage the third building block for a fossil-free energy supply, ensuring wind and sun energy availability upon demand.

#SolarChat brings together the industry leaders in energy storage to open a dialogue on this fast moving and potentially igniting factor in the clean energy ecosystem.

Expert Panel

Janice Lin cJanice Lin, Strategen Consulting, LLC; California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) @StorageAlliance @EnergyStorageNA
Janice brings more than two decades of experience in clean energy strategy, market development, and corporate strategy to Strategen. During this time she has advised a diverse range of clients including renewable energy equipment manufacturers and service providers, large corporations diversifying into clean energy, and real estate developers building sustainable communities. Janice co-founded the California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA) in 2009, and currently serves on the Board of Advisors for the Energy Policy Initiatives Center (EPIC) and the Energy Storage Committee of Joint Venture Silicon Valley.

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For Raina Brett Russo, taking care of the environment is a necessity, not an option. Having grown up in Israel, a place where conservation is required and solar hot water heating is the norm, Raina knows the importance of solar energy. Through her work with the EcoOutfitters.net team, Raina found a way to help grow the solar industry in a significant way. As the founder and host of #SolarChat, a bi-monthly "gathering" on Twitter, Raina and her team have created an engaged solar think-tank community that comes together regularly for collaboration and networking with the ultimate goal in mind of spreading the solar message.

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