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About this Event
It’s always sunny in Chester County! On-site solar energy for big energy users can save money and help meet sustainability goals. With ample incentives available, 2023/24 is a great time to get the ball rolling on evaluating solar and energy storage options.

At the Solar Adopters Conference attendees will learn about how corporations, office and education campuses, agricultural producers and shopping centers can take advantage of the latest technology, available incentives, RFP guidance, and support from local governments and the electric utility to realize energy price stability, carbon emissions reduction and long-term cost benefits.

Who Should Attend
Business owners/managers, facility managers, and sustainability managers representing the following sectors (and others!) that are considering on-site solar and/or energy storage are encouraged to attend this free event:

  • Industry
  • Agriculture
  • Commercial entities, including office parks and shopping centers
  • Schools and higher ed. campuses
  • Healthcare facilities
  • Warehouses and distribution centers
  • Multifamily housing and hotels

As a Bonus…
All registrants have the option to receive a quick analysis of their site’s on-site solar potential – receiving a letter grade raking the solar potential at each address provided. Assessments are done by Station A – a solar RFP organizer, not a solar installer.

Hosted By
Chester County Environmental and Energy Advisory Board
Smart Energy Initiative of Southeastern PA
PA Solar Energy Industries Association
Exton Chamber of Commerce
Western Chester County Chamber of Commerce
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission


  • 8:30-9:00 – Check in, networking, coffee and light breakfast
  • 9:00-12:00 – Program (subject to change)
    • State of Solar Energy in PA and Chester County
      Ron Celentano, Pennsylvania Solar Energy Industries Association
    • Site Assessments
      Leo Menard, StationA
    • Grid Connection Considerations
      Brian Barr, PECO
    • Financial Incentives
      Christine Knapp, US Department of Energy, PECO, Sustainable Energy Fund
    • Energy Storage, Micro-Grids
      Andy Meserve, EOS
    • Local Solar Case Studies
  • 12:00-1:00 – Lunch

Date: Thursday, January 18
Time: 8:30 am-12pm, with lunch following
Location: nth Innovation Center, 190 West Lincoln Highway, Coatesville, PA 19320
Cost: Free!