ACI wants to offer the most current, cutting edge info at our national conference in Baltimore next March. To do that, we want to hear what you're working on. Please consider submitting a proposal to present at either our national conference or at the Colorado Energy Start Summit in December. 

 

We have a new system for submission via web portal, which means you can submit your ideas at any time of the day, from anywhere. 

 

The deadline to submit for National is July 15 at midnight. 

 

The deadline to submit for COEStar is August 15 at midnight. 

 

Let us know how the submission process works for you. And we look forward to hearing your amazing work. 

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