Friday, June 17, 2011

Help Government Leaders Shape Renewable Energy Policy by Attending RETECH 2011

RETECH 2011 is Renewable Energy Conference which will be held Walter E. Washington Convention Center – Washington, D.C. September 20-22, 2011   Conference. Following areas will be discuss in the  Conference and people who working with Renewable Energy Policy in US and abroad will be benefited by  participating with this event.

The Strategic Issues Track will analyze key challenges faced by the renewable energy industry both in the United States and abroad. Session topics will include domestic and global energy outlook; global markets and competition; business opportunities in developing countries; the potential for a strategic collaboration between natural gas and renewables; the importance of operational excellence, and strategies for the adoption of renewable energy.
  • Session A1: Energy Outlook
  • Session A2: Global Markets and Competition
  • Session A3: Business Opportunities in Developing Countries
  • Session A4: Strategic Collaboration - Natural Gas & Renewable Energy
  • Session A5: Renewable Energy Ecosystem Collaboration For Achieving Operational Excellence
  • Session A6: Strategies for the Adoption of Renewable Energy
The combination of federal, state and local policies and programs is a major U.S. renewable energy market driver. This track will feature briefings and perspectives from key federal, state and local officials and market players.
  • Session B1: Update on Federal Regulations and Programs
  • Session B2: State Policies - Cross-Cutting Issues
  • Session B3: State Reports
  • Session B4: US Department of Energy Technology Programs
  • Session B5: Department of Defense Programs
  • Session B6: National and Energy Security in the Americas Panel
You can have an
Exclusive Discount: Register before July 1 with Promotional Code GOVJUNE to save $100 off the already discounted Government rate!

For more information Contact : Carley Ziober at 713-343-1884 or CarleyZ@tradefairgroup.comor just visit conference website

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