CEBA Connect Spring Summit


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The premier convening for energy and sustainability professionals dedicated to advancing a carbon-free energy future is around the corner. CEBA Connect: Spring Summit is where the CEBA community builds common understanding of emerging market and policy trends, and advances opportunities to scale clean energy to decarbonize the power sector.

CEBA Connect Spring Summit will begin on Tuesday, May 9th and close on Thursday, May 11th. 

CEBA Connect: Spring Summit will take place in Seattle, Washington. The event will be held at the Summit: Seattle Convention Center: (yes, it's really called Summit) located in downtown Seattle at 900 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101.

Yes, please visit the travel page for more information on hotels and room rates for Summit attendees.

While some plenary content will be recorded and released post-event, there are no virtual attendance options for CEBA Connect: Spring Summit 2023. 

With more than 340 member organizations and 600+ industry professionals expected in attendance, CEBA Connect: Spring Summit will be the prime opportunity to leverage peer-to-peer expertise, learn key policy and regulatory developments impacting access to clean energy, and build foundational knowledge to accelerate impact toward your organization's energy and sustainability goals. 

CEBA Connect Spring Summit is currently only open to CEBA members. If you are interested in learning more about membership, please visit our membership page or contact the CEBA membership team for more information. 

Yes! Here is everything you need to know about sponsorship opportunities. Please contact Sarah Mihalecz to learn more.

Please contact our membership team with any questions about the number of tickets included in your CEBA membership. 

During CEBA Connect: Spring Summit you'll have the opportunity to connect with peers and learn about key market challenges and updates. You'll walk away from your week with us with tools to drive impact at your organization. Content will be structured in the following formats: 

  • Discover sessions provide new knowledge and conversation about emerging topics in the energy sector
  • Collaborate sessions gather individuals together to work towards a shared solution for specific issues 
  • Conversation sessions are short roundtables to facilitate discussion around a viewpoint of that session's anchor 
  • Deep Dive sessions are interactive learning sessions that delve - dare we say - deeply into an area of focus or targeted at a specific audience. Energy Fundamentals or the Market Leaders Discussion Series are examples of Deep Dive sessions.


Plenary session recordings will be made available on InterConnect for CEBA members. Breakout sessions will not be livestreamed or recorded. All breakout session slide decks will be shared with attendees following the event. 

Recommended attire for this event is business casual. 

Please see the attendee directory currently available for registrants. The event app will also provide opportunities for attendee networking. 

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See you in Seattle!

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