September 13, 2016- Today the Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) honored national award winners for the Best of 2016 in renewable energy and energy efficiency. Celebrating 23 years of recognizing exemplary people, projects and programs, this year’s winners are in…
Shannon Baker-Branstetter, energy and environment policy counsel for Consumers Union, Washington, D.C. office; Polly Shaw, vice president of NAMR external affairs at SunEdison, San Francisco; and Michael Totten, Denver-based author, speaker and 40-year advocate promoting a solar powered economy and global biodiversity protection join the IREC board broadening the scope of the its leadership base.
For the fourth year, IREC brings some of the nation’s most involved solar thought leaders to the floor of Solar Power International 2016 to share their forecasts, innovative programs and recommendations based on best practices and cutting-edge thinking. We’ll also…
“It was a week filled with lots of knowledge, a focus on the future and inspiring sights to keep us hungry for more, “ said Matt Aberman, senior electrical engineering student at University of Central Florida and second year FEEDER workshop attendee.
Produced in conjunction with the interactive Solar Career Map are five short videos with 18 solar professionals that put real faces behind an expanding universe of solar energy occupations.
Celebrating 23 years of recognizing exemplary people, projects and programs for renewable energy and energy efficiency, our 2016 year’s winners in each competitive category were selected by more than 1,000 online voters. Join us as we honor our 2016 3iAwardees…
IREC presented on four critical topics at Intersolar North America July 12-14, 2016.
IREC is looking for an ambitious, self-motivated and self-directed program coordinator to support IREC’s state and national engagement and leadership on distributed energy resource policies and related consumer issues.
SITN’s successor program, the Solar Training Network, will continue the momentum started by the SITN. This new program seeks to meet the needs of the growing solar industry by continuing to build the network of solar training providers, job seekers and employers. The newly configured Solar Training Network will be led by our friends at The Solar Foundation.