FALL 2024:  September 16-18, 2024   Westminster, CO |   SPRING 2025:  April 22-24, 2025   Lost Pines, TX

Spotlight Session: DERs: Tangible ‘How-Tos’ to Power Your Path to Net ZeroSpotlight Session:

Sep 17 2024

3:40 PM - 4:25 PM MST

The urgency to achieve net zero emissions is driving significant change across the corporate, industrial, and institutional energy procurement landscape. This session will explore how distributed energy resources (DERs) can be a powerful tool for organizations seeking to reduce their carbon footprint while achieving energy cost security. With greenhouse gas emissions reporting rules coming into effect in the U.S. and energy costs ever rising, shifting to on-site distributed generation has never been a smarter business decision.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understanding the Net Zero Landscape: We’ll discuss the current state of the net zero movement as pressure to from investors, consumers, and stakeholders to reduce emissions continue to grow, as well as the importance of DERs in achieving ambitious sustainability targets.
  • Why Onsite DERs: Dive deep into the benefits of onsite, behind-the-meter (BTM) solar + storage for energy buyers, including cost savings, energy resilience opportunities, and environmental benefits.
  • Navigating the Complexities: We’ll explore tangible how-tos for implementing onsite solar projects, including renewable energy sourcing and available financing options.
  • Real-World Success Story: Learn from the experience of one of Onyx Renewables’ clients through an interactive case study. We’ll discuss their project goals, the role of onsite solar in achieving them, and the challenges and solutions encountered along the way.

Who Should Attend:
This session is designed for corporate, government, and institutional energy buyers, sustainability professionals, and anyone interested in learning more about how onsite solar + storage can accelerate their organization’s path to net zero.

Speakers

Onyx Renewables

- VP, Origination

© Diversified Communications. All rights reserved.