August 14-17, 2019

American Renewable Energy Day

“The Politics of Change:
Creating the New Hydrogen-Carbon Economy”

Join world leaders at AREDAY 2019

The Annual Summit brings together over 100 cross-sector speakers and includes a film festival.
Join us this year!

DATE: AREDAY Summit – August 14-17, 2019

LOCATION: Snowmass Village, CO

Full passes include entry to receptions, concert, and IMPACTFILM.
Passes available for students and locals, non-profit and small business.

Registration Open!

Called the “Davos of Clean and Renewable Energy,” the purpose of the dynamic five day annual AREDAY Summit, a program of the American Renewable Energy Institute (AREI), is to provide a platform for high level cross-sector networking that results in investments, collaborations, strategic alliances and new initiatives.

Viceroy Snowmass

AREDAY Summit 2019 Featured Speakers

The AREDAY Summit convenes 100+ thought leaders and experts from multiple sectors to foster climate change solutions at the speed and scale necessary to phase out fossil fuels, and usher in a rapid transition to a new, clean energy economy.

Timothy E. Wirth, United Nations FoundationTimothy E. Wirth
United Nations Foundation

Tom Steyer, 2020 Democratic Presidential CandidateTom Steyer
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate

General Wesley Clark, Growth EnergyGen. Wesley Clark
Wesley K. Clark & Associates

Xiye Bastida, Youth Climate Activist, Fridays For FutureXiye Bastida
Youth Climate Activist

Trammell S. Crow, EarthXTrammell S. Crow

Hanieh Sadat, impactXHanieh Sadat
GenesysOne Capital

Spike Buckley, Earth's CallSpike Buckley
Earth’s Call

Andrew Horvath, Star Scientific Limited, Planet Power SystemsAndrew Horvath
Planet Power Systems

Gene Karpinski, League of Conservation VotersGene Karpinski
League of Conservation Voters

Cedric Ceballos, Former NBA LA Laker Cedric Ceballos
Former LA Laker

Henk Rogers, Blue Planet AllianceHenk Rogers
Blue Planet Alliance

Capt. Paul Watson
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society

Amory LovinsAmory Lovins
Rocky Mountain Institute

Julia Olson, Our Children's TrustJulia Olson
Our Children’s Trust

Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Earth GuardiansXiuhtezcatl Martinez
Earth Guardians

Heidi VanGenderen, Chief Sustainability Officer, University of Colorado BoulderHeidi VanGenderen
Chief Sustainability Officer
University of Colorado Boulder

Alice Madden, Fellow, Getches-Wilkinson Center for Natural Resources, Energy and the EnvironmentAlice Madden
Getches-Wilkinson Center

Per Espen Stoknes, Centre for Green Growth at the Norwegian Business SchoolPer Espen Stoknes
Centre for Green Growth, Norwegian Business School

Michelle Wyman, National Council for Science and the EnvironmentMichelle Wyman
National Council for Science and the Environment

Larry Flowers, EERE - Wind Powering AmericaLarry Flowers
G4 Wind

Tom Van Dyck, RBC Wealth ManagemeentTom Van Dyck
RBC Wealth Management

Ellen Dorsey, Wallace Global FundEllen Dorsey
Wallace Global Fund

Luka Powanga, Energy Africa ConferenceLuka Powanga
Energy Africa Conference

Hunter Lovins, Natural Capitalism SolutionsHunter Lovins
Natural Capitalism Solutions

Michael Brune, Sierra ClubMichael Brune
Sierra Club

Sally Coxe, Bonobo Conservation InitiativeSally Jewell Coxe
Bonobo Conservation Initiative

Collin O'Mara, National Wildlife FederationCollin O’Mara
National Wildlife Federation

Tony Keane, EarthXTony Keane

ProStar Energy Solutions
OriginClearn, Inc.
Global Choices
Cambridge Global Conversations
CRES Forum
WEL Foundation
Wildlife Protection Solutions
Turner Foundation
Blue Planet Foundation
Planet Power Systems
Projects for Good
ASU LightWorks
Sopris Foundation
Grace Richardson Fund
Pettit Foundation
World Climate Ltd
Nature Needs Half
WILD Foundation
ASU Global Institute of Sustainability
ASU LightWorks
Open Mind Project
Alliance for Sustainable Colorado
The Aspen Times
Darnauer Group Communications
Holy Cross Energy
E.W. Stetson III