Tap into the Most Sophisticated Thinking about Renewable Energy Procurement and Profit by the Experience of Your Peers
Across the nation, cities are making a commitment to 100% renewable or clean power. These commitments have kicked off a complex undertaking by cities – tackling the challenges of finding the right strategies and solutions to meet ambitious public targets.
Procuring renewable power presents challenges for city agencies. It involves a host of complex considerations to navigate which include weighing available options, formulating priorities and strategies, evaluating economics and risks and gaining political and legal support. For this reason, cities will need to develop an informed understanding of renewable power procurement. As the process is complex, the education piece is critical.
The Clean Cities Renewable Power Procurement Summit, hosted by the City and County of Denver, will bring together cities and renewable energy suppliers and procurement consultants to engage in a unique, comprehensive examination of what it takes for cities to develop and execute a successful game plan for achieving 100% renewable power. Cities will engage in strategic thinking about renewable energy procurement and benefit from collaborating and learning about the real world experience of their peers. They will gain valuable learning and best practices experience to take back and refine to meet their goals. Time well spent!
Workshop – July 23, 2019
The Municipal Renewable Procurement Landscape – Guidance for Renewable Suppliers
The workshop is designed to provide renewable energy suppliers valuable insights into the unique municipal procurement landscape, where municipal procurement laws and political considerations create unique requirements and needs for city renewable energy buyers. The goal is to help renewable suppliers be better prepared and successful in creating solutions that support cities in achieving their goals and, at the same time, accommodate municipal procurement requirements. The workshop will be interactive, so bring all your questions.
A limited number of scholarships to attend the Summit are available for qualified city/municipal employees. For more information on how to qualify, please contact Alice Barsoomian at email@example.com and reference “Scholarship” in the subject line.
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City of Orlando
City of Philadelphia
City of South Bend
City of Alexandria
City of Cincinnati
City of Chicago
City of San Diego
City of Portland, Maine
City of Honolulu
City and County of Denver
City of Miami Beach
Government of the District of Columbia (consultation)
Sr. Energy Analyst, Office of Sustainability, Energy Office
City of Philadelphia
Energy Manager Office of Sustainability
City of Alexandria
Energy Manager, Office of Environment and Sustainability
CITY OF CINCINNATI
ICLEI-LOCAL GOVERNMENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY USA
Mark Hartman, M.B.A., LEED AP
Chief Sustainability Officer
CITY OF PHOENIX
Regional Sustainability Coordinator
CITY OF BOULDER
Energy Program Coordinator
CITY OF SAN DIEGO
Director of Community Energy
San Jose Community Energy Department
CITY OF PORTLAND, MAINE
Chief Sustainability Officer, Department of Public Health & Environment, Office of Sustainability
CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER
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