IBESA and Spano Partners announce the SMART ENERGY America 2017 Conference

(PresseBox) ( Boston, Massachusetts, )
Committed to the development of the renewable smart energy industries in the US, the first SMART ENERGY America 2017 Conference is taking place in Boston, Massachusetts on June 14, 2017. The International Battery and Energy Storage Alliance (IBESA) and Spano Partners invite the whole field to the oneday conference - providing a networking platform for mutual knowledge exchange and sustainable business development.

Taking place from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm at the Aloft Boston Seaport Hotel, Massachusetts, US the conference will cover a broad spectrum of parameters currently impacting the smart energy markets. From a political, technological, and scientific perspective, in three sessions, international key players will throw light on questions regarding smart energy generation, storage, distribution, consumption, and finance.

AM Plenary Session - Smart Energies to Empower Economic and Energy Security of the United States
The morning session will be dedicated to possibilities of smart energies to empower economic and energy security to the United States. With particular focus on the Northeastern States, the needs of renewable energy experts across the entire value chain will be addressed. Government officials, industry champions, and research institutions are going to debate on the future paths of the U.S. electricity business and provide advice on what is needed to achieve a sustainable energy policy.

PM Track 1 - Smart Energy Market Assessment, Technological Advancements & Sustainable Best Practices
The afternoon session will be divided into two tracks. Track 1 will highlight renewable energy technologies. The purpose of this session is to enable the marketplace and consumers to find the right balance among energy sources that are costcompetitive, clean, and secure. Attendees will be provided with understanding of smart grid functionality, nextgeneration technologies, and tools in the areas of transmission, distribution, energy storage, and smart home.

PM Track 2 - The Solar Roofing Program: Turning Capital Expenses into Real Value Assets
Aimed at solar professionals, EPC companies, and project developers, Track 2 will outline strategies on how to provide an off balance sheet financing mechanism for a capital investment challenged asset. Experts from Spano Partners, Nations Roof, and Solar SiteDesign will provide delegates a holistic view of a solution - including all project steps as well as the distinct financial and building benefits.

If you would like to participate one of the conference sessions with a presentation, please feel free to hand in your abstract until April 24, 2017.

More information about the SMART ENERGY America 2017 Conference and the abstract process can be found here: www.smartenergyamerica.com

About Spano Partners Holdings, LLC.
Spano Partners combines extensive experience in real estate land development, finance, and utilityscale solar development – which has allowed us to become recognized as an unparalleled leader in the field. Our unique perspective allows us to approach projects from these three interlocking vantage points that improve economics to maximize value, attracting longterm buyers. As a result, major solar and land developers rely on us to reposition their projects for enhanced value and cash flow and to turn around projects that were once considered unfinanceable.

Our pioneering work in paving the way for solar development has also put us at the forefront of the regulation and policy debate. Over the last decade, Spano Partners’ founding partner James Spano has become a recognized legal expert in the solar industry, and is now an influential figure in legislative efforts to encourage renewable power development.



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