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Top Reasons to Attend the 18th Kansas Energy Conference

11 months ago | Sep 05, 2017
By: Olga Khakova
The first time I attended the Kansas Energy Conference I was relatively new to the field of energy and my position at the Climate + Energy Project.  Experiencing the energy conference helped me better connect Kansas’s energy landscape with the faces of Kansas’s energy leaders.

Here are 5 top reasons to attend the 18th year of the Kansas Energy Conference:

Want to engage in conversations about the future of Kansas energy? The Kansas Energy Conference is for you. This year’s theme of innovation and technological advancements runs strong within the conference agenda.  Whether you’re interested in what’s next for wind energy, monetizing on solar resources, real-world efficiency applications and customer engagement, small nuclear innovations, transmission opportunities, corporate advanced energy appetite, or storage integration - you’ll walk away from the conference with indispensable resources and connections to the experts across diverse energy fields.

Making new connections and building on existing relationships is easy and convenient at the Kansas Energy Conference. With over 200 attendees in one place, it’s a smart way to do business. You’ll find general sessions, workshops, appetizer stations, and exhibitors next to one another for ease of networking.

Enhance your conference experience by attending one or all of the following:
- Tour Kingman Wind Energy Center and experience a wind farm up-close and personal.
- Meet industry experts and ask questions.
- Visit over 20 Exhibiting booths.
- Get immersed in distributed generation in the post-conference workshop.

Last year the Clean Energy Business Council was just coming together. Being at the Kansas Energy Conference gave us a rare opportunity to unveil the new initiative. Connect with the multitude of companies who will be exhibiting or just attending the conference. It's the place to celebrate energy innovators in Kansas and explore untapped synergies.

- Relax over a beverage during Tuesday's evening reception.
- Win exciting prizes at the end-of the conference drawing, following closing remarks.
- Check out students' innovative energy research posters.
It has been inspiring to hear from people who've attended or sponsored multiple years of the conference, like Polsinelli, a sponsor since the conference inception. Are you a Kansas Energy Conference Veteran? - tell us about your experience.

The deadline to register is September 20th. Register today

The next Kansas Energy Conference blog will cover tips on how to make the most out of your conference experience.


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