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Join us October 22–24, 2017 in New York for REM 2017

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REM 2016 conference resources are available—you can browse the presentations, see the list of attendees, congratulate the GPLA winners, check out the photos, and take a brief survey so we can make REM 2017 even better.


REM 2017 will be in New York! We're excited to announce that REM 2017 will be held October 22–24, 2017 at the New York Hilton Midtown. Thanks to our Inaugural Sponsors: U.S. EPA Green Power Partnership; NEO Network, powered by Schneider Electric; 3Degrees; CleanChoice Energy; and Sunpower. Learn more at REM 2017.

REM 2017 will be in New York! We're excited to announce that REM 2017 will be held October 22–24, 2017 at the New York Hilton Midtown. Thanks to our Inaugural Sponsors: U.S. EPA Green Power Partnership; NEO Network, powered by Schneider Electric; 3Degrees; CleanChoice Energy; and Sunpower. Learn more at REM 2017.

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The REM 2017 Guidebook mobile app is the best place for schedules, speakers, maps, exclusive content, and more. With the REM 2016 app, you can keep track of your custom itinerary, provide on-the-go feedback, set up reminders, and connect privately with other attendees. Download the app now or install the Guidebook app in the iOS and Android app stores and search for Renewable Energy Markets 2017.

Released@REM

Get your report, whitepaper, video, press release, or issue brief Released@REMReleased@REM is a dedicated page that acts as a central, easy-to-find place to list resources for attendees and media—instead of asking attendees to navigate another website during their busy conference schedule. To add a publication, send us an email.


Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 Green Power Leadership Awards, held Monday, October 17. Visit the Green Power Leadership Awards page for more information on the winners, and to watch the video.


Important Dates

March 1 2016 Green Power Leadership Awards Application Period Open
April 1 Best Rate Registration Opens, Call for Abstracts Begins
April 18 2016 Green Power Leadership Awards Application Period Closes
June 7 Call for Abstracts Ends
June 21 Best Rate Registration Ends, Early Bird Registration Begins
August 16 Early Bird Registration Ends
September 8 NextEra Energy Resources Fellows Scholarship Applications Due
September 24 Hotel Block Deadline
October 10 Full Rate Registration Rate Ends, Week Of Begins
October 15 Online Registration Closes
October 16 REM 2016 Opening Reception
October 17 2016 Green Power Leadership Awards
October 18 REM 2016 Closes

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About Renewable Energy Markets

Renewable Energy Markets (REM) is the clean energy industry's most important annual event focused on the states, businesses, organizations, and households that choose clean, renewable electricity every day.

Since 1996, REM has been the leading forum for the clean energy marketplace, and is attended by leaders from federal and state governments, large corporate purchasers, the nation's leading utilities and electricity generators, and marketers from around the world. REM is organized by the nonprofit Center for Resource Solutions, with significant support from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 

REM 2017 will be held October 22–24, 2017 at the New York Hilton Midtown. 

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Supporting Organizations

3Degrees • ACORE • APX • California Business Alliance for a Clean Economy • AWEA • Center for Climate Protection • Clean Coalition • The Climate Group  • The Climate Registry •  EPA Region 9 • The International REC Standard • Joint Venture Silicon Valley • Lean Energy • Low Impact Hydropower Institute • MCE (Marin Clean Energy) • M-RETS • National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) • National Renewable Energy Laboratory • Origin Climate • Power Association of Northern California • Renewable Northwest •  RE100  •  Silicon Valley Leadership Group (SVLG) • Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) • Women of Wind Energy • Western Area Power Administration • WSP | Parsons Brinkerhoff