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GEC Panelist Feature: U.S. solar module buying caveats: what to know, what to want, what to expect

May 21 - May 22

GEC Panelist Feature: U.S. solar module buying caveats: what to know, what to want, what to expect

Date: Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Time: 15:10 – 15:30 PDT

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U.S. solar module buying caveats: what to know, what to want, what to expect

In the dynamic landscape of renewable energy, the decision to invest in solar modules demands a nuanced understanding of various factors. This panel brings together industry experts to dissect the crucial considerations for individuals and organizations navigating the U.S. solar module market. Drawing from real-world experiences and industry expertise, the panelists will provide actionable advice to empower buyers to make informed decisions that align with their objectives and sustainability goals. Whether you’re a seasoned investor, a sustainability enthusiast, or a newcomer to the renewable energy space, this panel promises to equip you with the knowledge and foresight needed to navigate the complexities of U.S. solar module procurement effectively.

Speakers:

Natalie Batman
Director of Procurement
SolAmerica Energy

Robert Vinje
Chief Operating Officer
Solarcycle

Featuring GEC Panelist:

Debbie Graham Clifford
Director, Global Development
Global Electronics Council

As Director, Global Development, Debbie Graham-Clifford drives and measures purchaser demand and manufacturer supply for sustainable IT products and services. Debbie is a sustainability professional who most recently worked with Sims Lifecycle Services, assisting global clients by maintaining transparency in their global supply chain related to the disposition of IT assets.

She has landed million-dollar contracts and grown a global subcontractor network by 150% across Canada and Latin America. She pushed to move the organization into the global space, championed a global service delivery model process, and forged impactful partnerships with Fortune 500 enterprises to devise strategies to drive revenue back into their businesses utilizing innovative recycling methods and reuse and resale opportunities. Debbie recently completed an Executive & Organizational Leadership Program through UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education.

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May 21
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May 22
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