Energy Solutions Exchange conference

Energy Solutions Exchange

The Energy Solutions Exchange is EDF Climate Corps’ annual conference, designed as an opportunity for our network of alumni, hosts and partners to connect for networking, share solutions and celebrate the recent fellowship season. 

Join us this year in New York City, September 28th and 29th to celebrate the 10th season of EDF Climate Corps and another banner fellowship season.

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Thursday, September 28

  • 1:00-4:30pm: Sustainability tours at Brooklyn Navy Yard, Jacob Javits Center, Lower East Side Walking Tour (click here for more info and email Sarah Berman, to secure your spot on one of these free tours)
  • 6:00-8:00pm: Awards Reception and 10th Anniversary Celebration  at Pier A Harbor House

Friday, September 29 - Yale Club, Grand Ballroom, 50 Vanderbilt Avenue

8:30am-4:30pm - Yale Club, Grand Ballroom

Facilitator Jason Jay, Director, Sustainability Initiative, MIT Sloan


Networking Lunch



  • 4:30-6:30pm: Happy Hour at a bar nearby - let's celebrate and network!

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2016 Energy Solutions Exchange

The 2016 ESE was our biggest and best yet.  More than 150 network members gathered in San Francisco to share energy management solutions and strategies.  Congratulations to our 2016 EDF Climate Corps Fellowship Award winners and winners of the William K. Bowes, Jr. Award for Leadership, awarded to EDF Climate Corps alumni leaders.

If you were unable to attend, you can see what the buzz was about on twitter by searching the hashtag #ESESanFran16 or watching our keynote speaker presentations on our Facebook page.

A big thank you to our speakers, Jason Jay, Director, Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan, Alicia Seiger, Deputy Director, Stanford Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance and Tom Arnold, Co-Founder and CEO of Gridium. 

And, congratulations to our 2016 EDF Climate Corps fellowship award winners.

2015 Energy Solutions Exchange

More than 100 sustainability and energy management professionals came together to discuss their clean energy challenges and strategies for overcoming barriers at the 2015 Energy Solutions Exchange in Boston.

If you were unable to attend, or would like to relive the experience, our own Scott Wentzell wrote about his take aways from Day 1 and Day 2. You can also see what the chatter was about on twitter by searching the hashtag #ESEBoston15!

A special thanks goes out to our speakers Jason Jay, Director, Sustainability Initiative at MIT Sloan, Andrew Hoffman, Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, Marty Spitzer Director, US Climate and Renewable Energy Policy at WWF, Victoria Stulgis Senior Associate, Business Renewables Center at Rocky Mountain Institute and Carbon War Room and Anne Kelly Senior Program Director, Policy and BICEP Program at Ceres.

And, congratulations to our 2015 EDF Climate Corps fellowship award winners.