SEIA & SEPA Solar Power Events
iOS Universal Education
Solar Power Events, presented by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA), host a variety of solar & storage events across North America. The flagship events are Solar Power International (SPI) and Energy Storage International (ESI) - the largest solar & storage trade shows in North America, respectively.
Unlike other solar industry events, ALL proceeds support the expansion of the US solar energy market through SEIA’s and SEPA’s year-round research and education activities, as well as SEIA’s advocacy efforts. The SEIA & SEPA Solar Power Events mobile application allows you to access all of the Solar Power Event apps.
CONNECT WITH ATTENDEES
App users can share information with attendees and colleagues with in app messaging, tweeting and emailing. You can also browse event speakers and view all attendees. This is a great way to expand your network in the solar industry.
VIEW EXHIBITORS AND FLOORPLAN
Navigate your way through the show floor via the app. Take notes about individual exhibitor to review when you are back in the office. You can also pre-plan your visits by selecting your favorite exhibitors and easily navigate the show floor by marking which exhibitors you already visited.
CREATE YOUR OWN SCHEDULE
Favorite the events that you would like to attend to create your customized schedule. Under your schedule tab, you can add space for the meetings you are planning to attend.
TAKE AND EMAIL NOTES
If you have access to the presentations, you will now be able to view all presentations slides in the app. Take notes on each slide, and when the conference is over, easily email your notes to keep for future viewing.
RECEIVE EVENT UPDATES
Stay in the know by receiving updates throughout the event.
In addition to Solar Power International (SPI) and Energy Storage International (ESI), SEIA and SEPA host events across the United States. See all Solar Power Events at www.events.solar
Version 1.5 has usability updates and minor bug fixes