The 2017 Renewable Energy Markets (REM 2017) conference will be held October 22-24, 2017 at the Hilton Midtown Hotel in New York, New York. You'll want to join us as we connect with leading purchasers, providers, government officials and others guiding the future of clean energy.
WGL Energy Services (WGL Energy) is the exclusive Renewable Energy Sponsor of REM 2017. Through WindPower from WGL Energy, we will provide Green-e®
Energy certified Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) to match the electricity used for on- and off- site events, as well as attendee hotel stays, related to the REM 2017 conference. The RECs are sourced from wind farms across the U.S. and help to improve air quality and protect the environment.
Duane Bailey, Marketing Manager for WGL Energy, will be speaking during a Monday afternoon panel discussion, Steal These Ideas: Digital Strategies to Reach Residential Customers. Along with Tess O’Brien (Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, EnergySage) and Chris Barrett (Customer Acquisition and Engagement, ProjectEconomics), Duane will be talking about marketing and communication strategies for attracting residential customers and keeping them engaged in renewable energy programs. The panel discussion is scheduled for Monday, October 23 in the Nassau room at the Hilton, from 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
If you are attending REM 2017, join the discussion or visit our table during the conference to learn more about how we're helping to guide the future of renewable energy.
Follow the conversation on Twitter by following: @REMconf and @wglenergy with #REM2017 for the latest updates.
About Renewable Energy Markets (REM)
For over 20 years, the annual Renewable Energy Markets (REM) conference has been the leading forum for the clean energy marketplace. Attracting participants from around the globe who share an interest in and commitment to promoting clean energy, REM remains the only conference of its kind focusing on national and international markets for renewable energy. Organized by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions and co-sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, this annual meeting of clean energy stakeholders includes generators, marketers, utility representatives, purchasers, policymakers, and regional stakeholders and sets the agenda for the year to come.
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