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SC Clean Energy Summit to Showcase New Trends in Clean Energy

 

Organizers of the South Carolina’s premier clean industry event are pleased to announce that Bob Gibson, vice president of the Washington, D.C. based Smart Electric Power Alliance will provide the keynote address at the 2016 South Carolina Clean Energy Summit. The summit begins Thursday at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center on Lincoln Street in the Vista.

2016SCCleanEnergySummitLOGO_Stacked_DateA 35 year veteran of the energy industry, Gibson will share his perspective on the drivers of the phenomenal growth of the solar energy industry in the United States and in the Southeast in particular. “Bob has great insight into national trends affecting the electric power sector,”  said South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance Board Member and Duke Energy renewable strategy director Emily Felt. “He cuts through the all the headlines and the tweets and gets to the heart of the matter. I’m excited to hear his predictions this year.”

Celebrating its fifth year, the 2016 SC Clean Energy Summit is South Carolina’s largest advanced energy industry event with three hundred attendees expected from clean energy businesses, utilities, state and local governments as well as the general public.

The 2016 SC Clean Energy Summit is hosted by the South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance, which promotes a business friendly environment in the state for clean energy adoption and industry growth. Since its founding in 2011, SCCEBA has helped transform South Carolina into one of the fastest growing clean energy markets in the United States. For more information about the 2016 SC

More information about the Clean Energy Summit and SCCEBA is available here.

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