Join us at Solar Power International and Smart Energy Week

Solar Power International and Smart Energy Week
September 23-26, 2019
Booth #3437

Blymyer Engineers plans to attend North American Smart Energy Week 2019 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The event includes Solar Power International and Energy Storage International, making it the largest gathering of professionals focused on solar and other renewables in North America.

Smart Energy Week events will be held at the Salt Palace Convention Center from September 23 through September 26. Blymyer Engineers will be exhibiting at booth 3437. Please visit us to connect—or reconnect. Learn more about Smart Energy Week and register on the event website.

Blymyer President Mike Rantz explains the importance of Smart Energy Week: “For our industry, it’s the top annual event. Solar Power International and Energy Storage International bring together manufacturers, researchers, major renewable energy producers, and more. The combined events provide us with an opportunity to network and have in-depth discussions with peers and vendors.”

19,000+ attendees expected
In recent years, Solar Power International has expanded to become Smart Energy Week. Beyond focusing on solar and storage topics, the event includes the Smart Energy Microgrid Marketplace and Hydrogen Fuel Cells International. In 2018, more than 19,000 people attended Smart Energy Week, and the expo floor featured more than 700 exhibitors. Blymyer was one of those exhibitors.

“I wouldn’t be surprised if the 2019 event is even larger than last year,” says Rantz. “If you’re a renewable energy professional considering going, we would recommend attending. Beyond the trade show floor, the event features presentations and panels that delve into a range of timely topics, such as practices for combining PV and storage, financing projects, and changes in the regulatory environment.”

He adds, “Stop by booth 3437, and say hello to the Blymyer team. We’re looking forward to meeting you and discussing the latest advances in PV, distributed solar, storage, and more.”