Energypath

Energypath 2019 will focus on “Financing the Energy Future”. With innovations in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies emerging at an exponential rate, our energy portfolio is becoming increasingly sustainable. This shift towards a more sustainable future is made easier by recent advancements in energy financing. This conference will feature both energy and financial experts who will present financing options that support this growing shift towards renewable energy and energy efficiency.

Apply Today for a Scholarship!

If you are a secondary educator, professor or college student, you are eligible to apply for a scholarship the Energypath conference! A scholarship covers your participation in a pre-conference energy camp of your choice and attendance at the one-day conference, as well as nearly the entire cost of housing and food on DeSales campus for the week of the event. Click the button below to  fill out the scholarship application today! 



FAQ

What is Energypath?

Energypath is the region’s largest sustainable energy event, attracting industry professionals, policymakers and academia throughout the region and across the United States. The goal of Energypath is to increase the knowledge of and passion for sustainable energy in the leaders of today and tomorrow.

When is Energypath 2019?

Energypath 2019 will be held July 25, 2019. Pre-conference energy camps will be held July 22-24. On Thursday, July 25th, there will be a conference, an expo and middle and high school science fairs. For a detailed schedule, please visit our agenda page.

Where will Energypath 2019 be held?

Energypath 2019 will be held at DeSales University:

           DeSales University
           2755 Station Avenue
           Center Valley, PA 18034

For more information, visit www.desales.edu

 

Who attends Energypath?

Energypath attracts a variety of attendees, including:

  1. College students who want to learn more about renewable energy and the role it plays in a sustainable future
  2. Industry professionals in the energy sector who want to increase their knowledge and earn continuing education credits
  3. College professors and secondary educators who want to pass valuable information about the energy industry on to their students
  4. Advocates and policymakers who are passionate about a sustainable energy future and want to further educate themselves

 

Quotes from Previous Attendees

“As a first-time attendee, I was truly impressed with Energypath. The panels featured a wide range of speakers from academia, government and industry, all whose substantive expertise resulted in informative, engaging presentations. Notably, the conference managed to provide information accessible to a clean energy novices and experts alike. The event struck an excellent balance between being too large and too small, facilitating a collegial and friendly atmosphere for networking and socializing. Further, the event was impeccably organized and smoothly run, with regular, clear communication before, during, and after the event. Academics, professionals, and students located in the northeast and engaged in the clean energy space would be well served to attend.”
Jennifer Bernstein
Ph.D., USC

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