The DE ESC for the Third Annual Energy Conference focused on energy efficiency and renewable energy opportunities in Delaware was held on October 19, 2016. The conference will highlight past successes and look ahead to future opportunities.
Speakers included elected officials, industry leaders, potential clients, and others with a strategic influence on the energy efficiency and renewable energy sector. The audience includied industry representatives, potential customers, elected officials, regulators, and leaders from labor and manufacturing.
Panels will cover:
- Programs & Incentives for Delaware Businesses
- Energy Resiliency
- Emergent Technologies
Presentations & Attendees
- Conference registration is $100 per person.
- Register by September 1st and receive $20 off.***
***Additional discounts are available to dues-paying members of the Delaware Energy Services Coalition, so join today!
Get More Involved!
Show Off Your Company at a Tabletop Booth:
A limited number of table top booth spaces are available. There will be plenty of time for networking at your booth during the breakfast and break time opportunities, AND our new location offers even better facilities for showing off your company's exhibit to target audiences!
- Table Top Booth Spaces: $300 (Includes One Conference Registration)
Become a Conference Sponsor:
Several strategic sponsorship opportunities are available to provide companies with high level visibility. Sponsors of the event will receive exclusive benefits as well as a forum to showcase their company's mission and services.
About the Delaware Energy Service Coalition:
The Delaware ESC (DE ESC) became an official chapter of the National Energy Service Coalition in 2013.
The DE ESC represents the interests of members including ESCOs, energy industry professionals, manufacturers/suppliers, and other interested parties. The DE ESC works to promote the energy efficiency and renewable energy market in DE. It holds quarterly meetings, hosts an annual energy conference, provides testimony, and works with elected officials to advocate for future energy efficiency and renewable energy project opportunities.