Renewable Energy Forum Events
The convergence of international
business and the world's renewable energy technology
experts is happening at the World Renewable Energy
Forum (WREF), May 13–17, 2012, in Denver, Colorado.
WREF 2012 will draw prominent speakers, researchers,
policy makers, and business leaders from renewable
energy laboratories, universities, governments, and
industries around the world.
WREF 2012 will examine how renewable
energy technologies address the world’s economic,
environmental, and security challenges at every
scale—from off-grid villages to GW power plants.
The World Renewable Energy Network
(WREN) and the American Solar Energy Society (ASES)
have joined forces to present the World Renewable
Energy Forum (WREF). The 2012 conference also is
sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's National
Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the Colorado
Renewable Energy Society (CRES) and the International
Solar Energy Society (ISES). Conference details are at
The American Institute of Architects
(AIA) and the Green Building Certification Institute
(GBCI) have each approved more than 30 sessions at
WREF for continuing-education and learning-unit (LU)
credit. The sessions all fall in WREF's Built
Get the details.
CRES members are eligible
for a $100 discount on full conference registration.
CRES-WREF for details.
CRES Playing a Prominent Role in
CRES is hosting a series of
high profile events associated with the World
Renewable Energy Forum at the Colorado Convention
Center in Denver from May 13-17, 2012.
13-17th Showcase Colorado
conference track of 16 sessions with the theme
“CRES Presents Showcase Colorado – Where Colorado
Organizations Connect to the Global Marketplace.”
See the WREF Conference program and the
Full Showcase Colorado Schedule.
of Denver’s Sustainability Park
Gala Awards Banquet
improved, with a CRES Awards Reception,
with former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter
presenting this year's CRES awards, and a
Dinner, featuring keynotes
Dennis Dimick of National Geographic, and former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter.
Featuring electric cars,
charging and battery technologies.