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Conference & Exhibition

Presenting sponsors:

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Attendees, 74% of which are involved in final purchasing decisions


Exhibitors across a 400K sq. ft. show floor


Top speakers across 4 stages


US states and 30+ countries represented by attendees

CLEANPOWER 2023 Recap:

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CLEANPOWER brings together policy leaders, industry experts, and clean energy companies together to grow the industry.

CLEANPOWER unites the most knowledgeable minds in clean energy to chart the future of this powerful industry and discuss the opportunities ahead. As previous attendees attest, the conference grows clean energy businesses by gathering key decision makers and stakeholders across the wind, solar, storage, hydrogen, and transmission industries for discussion, deal making, networking and fun.

We’re calling all manufacturers, construction firms, owner operators, utilities, financial firms, corporate buyers and sector members to join our landmark event. Mark your calendar to join us next year in Minneapolis, MN May 6-9 at the most anticipated clean energy trade show of the year.



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From Monday, May 22 to Thursday, May 25, ACP had an agenda packed full of exciting and educational opportunities.

Click the button below to familiarize yourself with the full agenda of CLEANPOWER23 and see all of the informative panels and exhibitions which took place.

Sponsored Blog: Nextracker

Domestic Manufacturing: Potential Asset for Community Acceptance

America has the innovation, engineering expertise, and natural resources to revive our supply chain. But our industry needs to be able to perform no matter what the world throws at us, whether it’s some unseen supply chain crisis, a meltdown in global logistics, or commodity price shocks.

Read more in this guest blog post by Nextracker Founder & CEO, Dan Shugar.

Michelle Barszcz, Line Lead Operator at BCI Steel, Leetsdale, Pennsylvania. Photo: BCI Steel.

Opening Reception

Opening Reception at The Sugar Mill | Monday, May 22, 5pm – 7pm

Follow the energy of the conference grand opening to The Sugar Mill, located across the street from the convention center, to celebrate a decade of opportunity. The opening reception showcased local musicians, food, beads, and New Orleans spirit.

The opening reception was sponsored by Avangrid.

Musicians and Revlers Behind a Tree with Beads.

Private Group Tour: Port Fourchon

At the end of the conference, a private group was able to tour Port Fourchon, which is known as the premier port facility supporting oil and gas operations in the Gulf of Mexico. Now, Fourchon is headed toward a role as a leading service supply port for all forms of offshore energy, including wind energy. The site is primed to help service the burgeoning offshore wind marketplace in the Gulf of Mexico.

An Industrial Park Located on the Water.

Cajun Swamp Airboat Tour

Attendees had the chance to register for an exhilarating journey into the mystical swamps and bayous of southern Louisiana. Here they had the opportunity to see exotic tropical plants and wildlife only found in the Louisiana wetlands.

An Airboat Travels a Louisiana Swamp.

Power Networking

Power Networking

This networking opportunity exceeded our expectations and sold out before the event began! All attendees had the opportunity to chat with potential business providers, and set up a 10-minute meeting during this two-hour time block.

The goal of this session was to allow clean energy professionals the chance to gain business prospects or cultivate existing relationships during a facilitated matchmaking event.


A group of conference attendees eat and talk.

Forever New Orleans Tour

A private tour of the French Quarter, Lakeview, & Uptown neighborhoods. | Thursday, May 25 2pm – 5pm

Our story began in the area where the French founded New Orleans almost 300 years ago: the historic and charming French Quarter. Attendees saw famous landmarks and learned the fascinating history behind the unique city. Attendees saw City Park & Bayou St. John and travelled along St. Charles Avenue as well.

As our story ends, we realized that this incredible city is one of spirit, hope, and rebirth!

The wrought iron lace of a French Quarter Balcony in New Orleans.

Fun Run 5K

200 people participated in a 5K jog or walk around the French Quarter.

A Group of Conference Attendees Gather for a Morning Run.

RNWBL Golf Tournament

On Monday May 22, dozens of attendees joined RNWBL at the CLEANPOWER Golf Open. The tournament was held at the Stonebridge Golf Club of New Orleans.

ACP Conference Attendees Converse at a Golf Tournament.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion-Focused Events

While sessions throughout the conference incorporated DEI themes, the events below were additional DEI-focused opportunities to really home in on these critical industry topics.

Energy Transition for All Luncheon

Attendees heard from company leaders at various stages of their journeys to integrate DEI into their business practices. Ticket sales benefited Get Lit, Stay Lit, a New Orleans effort to use solar-powered microgrids as a means to help communities withstand extreme weather events.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) in Action

BP and WRISE proudly sponsored the DEI in Action reception, which offered the opportunity to meet WRISE Fellows and learn about the program.

Veterans Happy Hour 

Veterans were invited to meet at the ACP booth (#100) during the Exhibit Hall happy hour.



Two ACP conference attendees shake hands at a reception.

Presenting Sponsors

Featured Sponsors

Buyer Beware

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?  

Companies not affiliated with ACP or the CLEANPOWER Conference may offer show services including housing and attendee lists that look as if they are coming from ACP or an official show partner.  Exhibitors may receive frequent emails and phone calls from these companies with enticing offers, but beware that they are not official show partners.  These companies claim to offer services such as:

  • Housing
  • Attendee Lists
  • Advertising Opportunities

The only official housing partner for CLEANPOWER is

ACP does NOT sell our attendee lists to third parties.  If you receive an email solicitation regarding the CLEANPOWER attendee list, please forward it to

ACP handles all of the advertising opportunities at the event including websites, mobile app, and publications.