We're a week away from Solar Power International, the biggest congregation of solar and energy storage players in the nation.

The expo floor will  be abuzz with chatter around the possibility of another solar ITC extension, the impact of tariffs, the outlook for bifacial modules, solar-plus-storage, and what color turtleneck sweater GTM’s Julian Spector will be wearing.

Speaking of Julian — GTM and Wood Mackenzie will have more than a dozen editors, market analysts, sales personnel and marketers on site. If you’re looking to meet anyone below or demo Wood Mackenzie's research and data tools, email us or stop by booth #7342. We'll also be giving away exclusive discounts to GTM Events and GTM Squared.

Who's going?

GTM Editors

Emma Foehringer Merchant, GTM staff writer
Julian Spector, GTM staff writer

Wood Mackenzie Analysts

Ravi Manghani, head of solar research
Vignesh Gulasingam, head of Americas, power & renewables consulting
Michelle Davis, senior analyst covering U.S. distributed solar
Austin Perea, senior analyst covering U.S. distributed solar
Colin Smith, senior analyst covering U.S. utility solar
Xiaojing Sun, senior analyst covering PV modules and technology
Brett Simon, senior analyst covering behind-the-meter energy storage
Lindsay Cherry, analyst covering PV balance of systems
Bryan White, analyst covering U.S. distributed solar

Mark your calendars

Analyst presentation: U.S. Solar Market Insight, Q3 2019 Update
Tuesday, September 24 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Industry Trends Theater, booth #7341

Despite facing challenges on multiple fronts, the U.S. solar market continues to see overall market growth due to the performance of emerging markets, and steady deployment in the utility-scale space. Analysts from Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and the Solar Energy Industries Association will discuss findings from their Q3 2019 U.S. Solar Market Insight report, with a focus on national trends in the residential, non-residential and utility-scale market segments, and a detailed look at Western state markets.

See you in Salt Lake City!