March 27 - 28, 2014
Kennedy Caucus Room,
The Russell Senate Office Building

Washington, DC

Evolving Policy to Keep Pace With Market Innovation

shutterstock 77292175Join renewable energy leaders and policy makers from Capitol Hill and across the country as we assess renewable energy market growth and make the case for a coherent, long-term and consistent federal policy framework to accelerate the transformation of our nation’s energy sector.

2014 Sponsors

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Policy Forum Co-Chairs

Roger Ballentine

  • President
  • Green Strategies Inc.

Julia Bovey

  • Vice President, External Affairs
  • First Wind

Joseph Desmond

  • Senior Vice President, Marketing & Government Affairs
  • Brightsource Energy

Richard McMahon

  • Vice President, Energy Supply and Finance,
  • Edison Electric Institute

Mark J. Riedy

  • Counsel,
  • Kirkpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP

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ACORE's National Renewable Energy Policy Forum will convene the renewable energy industry to chart the path forward for pro-growth, constructive and bipartisan renewable energy policy that will foster additional private sector investment and innovation.

We invite all Hill Staff to register and attend this informative forum. When registering you will need to provide the following information:

  • Your Full Name (Family Name and Given Name)
  • Office You Are Representing
  • Job Title
  • Full Mailing Address

Click here to reserve your seat at the Forum.

The ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum is being held at various locations in Washington, DC.  Accommodations are available at Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown at the special rate of $269.00 per room per night. This special rate is only available to participants in the Policy Forum, and represents a considerable saving off other published rates at the property. Click Here to book your room reservation today!
Media passes for the ACORE National Renewable Energy Policy Forum are only available to full-time media representatives. Members of the media interested in covering the Forum should complete our media application form.

You will need to provide the following information in your request:
  • Your Full Name (Family Name and Given Name)
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Media Outlet You Are Representing
  • Job Title
  • Full Mailing Address

To submit your media request please click here.

The ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum is the premier renewable energy policy event. This one day conference, in tandem with our Annual ACORE Member Day, will take an in-depth look at markets, political and financial landscapes, and existing infrastructure in order to streamline renewable energy development in the region.

If you are interested in speaking at The ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum 2014, you will need to provide the following information:

  • Your Full Name
  • Job Title (Professor, Lab Director, etc.)
  • Organization
  • Session of Interest
  • Presentation Description

Please click here to submit your speaking request.

The ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum Visa letters of invitation are only provided to registered attendees who are planning to participate and attend The ACORE Renewable Energy Policy Forum conference and events. You will need to provide the following information in your request:
  • Your full name (Family name and given name)
  • Job Title (Professor, Lab Director, etc.)
  • Organization
  • Full mailing address
  • Name of the event(s) you plan to attend
Click here to request an electronic letter of invitation.

In some cases, Visa Offices will not accept electronically transmitted invitation letters. If you also need ACORE to mail a letter of invitation:
  • Click above to request a letter of invitation, and fill in all the required fields.
  • In the "Additional Information" box please make a note that you require a physical mailing of the invitation letter.
Important: Letters of invitation will be sent via regular mail unless you provide a Federal Express or DHL account number.
Volunteer opportunities for the ACORE National Renewable Energy Policy Forum are only available to students currently enrolled in a polytechnic school, college or university. Students interested in volunteering at the Forum should complete our volunteer application form. volunteer application form.

You will need to provide the following information in your request:
  • Your Full Name (Family Name and Given Name)
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Name of Educational Institution
  • Résumé
  • Full Mailing Address

To submit your media request please click here.

Supporting Orgs

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Policy Forum Co-Chairs

Roger Ballentine

  • President
  • Green Strategies Inc.

Julia Bovey

  • Vice President, External Affairs
  • First Wind

Joseph Desmond

  • Senior Vice President, Marketing & Government Affairs
  • Brightsource Energy

Richard McMahon

  • Vice President, Energy Supply and Finance,
  • Edison Electric Institute

Mark J. Riedy

  • Counsel,
  • Kirkpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP
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Supporting Orgs

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Advanced Biofuels USA
Alliance to Save Energy
American Clean Skies Foundation
California Hydrogen Business Council (CHBC)
Coalition for Green Capital
Coalition For Renewable Natural Gas
Consumer Energy Alliance
Council  on Competitiveness
Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2)

Media Partners

BBI International
Clean Edge
Clean Energy Pipeline
Renewable Energy World
Solar Novus Today
Sun & Wind Energy