Solar Power 2007 America’s Largest Business to Business Solar Event
Long Beach California
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America's largest solar energy event! In just 4 years of existence, the Solar Power Conference and Expo has grown into the only US solar event considered "a must" for domestic and global industry and market participants.
Solar Power 2007 features over 210 exhibitors and 125 speakers. Regardless of whether or not you are able to make it to Long Beach to participate in person you can watch the keynote addresses, commentary from the show floor, and interviews with speakers and important industry players on this webcast.
Watch last year's webcast from Solar Power 2006 here.
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Webcast Video Archive Directory (click to select):
Keynote Address: Ted Turner
Ted Turner of Turner Enterprises addresses the Solar Power 2007 conference and talks about his new partnership with with Dome-Tech Solar to create DT Solar, a Turner renewable energy company.
CEO Panel Discussion
Moderator Jordan Goodman, America's Money Answer Man
Anton Milner, Q-Cells AG
Steve Hill, Kyocera Solar
Zhengrong Shi, Suntech
Thomas Werner, SunPower Corporation
Ron Kenedi, Sharp Electronics
Keynote Address: Charles Zimmerman
Charles Zimmerman, VP of Prototype and New Format Development, Wal-Mart, delivers the closing plenary session keynote address at the Solar Power 2007 conference and expo in Long Beach, CA.
Larry Hagman on Solar Power
Larry Hagman, Actor and Renewable Energy Supporter, talks about his adoption of solar and renewable energies and the importance of such technologies for our collective future.
Q&A with Larry Hagman and Charles Zimmerman
Larry Hagman, Actor and Renewable Energy Supporter, and Charles Zimmerman, VP of Prototype and New Format Development for Wal-Mart, address questions from attendees of the Solar Power 2007 Conference and Expo in Long Beach, CA.
SEPA Award Winner San Diego Gas and Electric Company
Richard M. Morrow, Vice President of San Diego Gas and Electric Company talks with Steve Jarriel about being a 2007 SEPA Awards Winner and what got them recognized for their achievement.
SEPA Award Winner Riverside Public Utilities
Riverside Public Utilities Marketing/Communications Manager Mike Bacich talks with Steve Jarriel about winning a SEPA award for business achievement for their public outreach and communications program.
Playing: Solar Monkey: Matthew McCullough
Matthew McCullough, CEO of Solar Monkey, talks with Steve Jarriel about their strengths in project management and implementing solar solutions for commercial and residential customers. Next Event Video =>
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Webcast Opening Day One
Steve Jarriel and Kevin Shively discuss the live webcast for Solar Power 2007 and what to expect of the course of the webcast.
Fat Spaniel Technologies founder Chris Beekhuis
Chris Beekhuis, President and CTO, talks with Steve Jarriel about their focus on solar power monitoring systems and where the name Fat Spaniel comes from.
Solar Monkey: Matthew McCullough
Matthew McCullough, CEO of Solar Monkey, talks with Steve Jarriel about their strengths in project management and implementing solar solutions for commercial and residential customers.
SPI Lasers: Dr. Jack Gabzdyl
Dr. Jack Gabzdyl, Business Development Manager for SPI Lasers, speaks with Steve Jarriel about how they use fiber lasers to help solar manufacturers get better speed and precision in their manufacturing process.
Solar Power 2007 Day One Close with Julia Judd Hamm
Steve Jarriel speaks with Julia Judd Hamm, Executive Director of SEPA, about the success of the show and where things are going for the industry and association.
ReadySolar: Meredith McClintock
Meredith McClintock, CEO of ReadySolar, speaks with Steve Jarriel about their fast-growing company and their ability to bring solar solutions to customers throughout the country.
Apollo Solar: John Pfeifer
Apollo Solar President and CEO John Pfeifer speaks with Steve Jarriel about their company and their technology to bring high efficiency and reliability to the electronics that make solar energy possible.