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GOVgreen Conference and Expo

GOVgreen Conference and Expo

On November 9-10, 2010, GOVgreen held their Conference & Expo inWashington, DC. The event included eco-friendly car displays and over100 exhibitors selling green products and services. The keynoteaddress was delivered on November 10, by environmentalist and presidentof the Waterkeeper Alliance, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Mr Kennedy also took part in a press conference which followed.

Solarpraxis hosts PV Power Plants Conference

Allie Gardner The North American solar market is set for huge expansion over thenext several years. Investors, suppliers, contractors and other energyindustry professionals would do well to learn as much as possible aboutthe new energy economy. That’s why Solarpraxis, a publicly traded service and renewables consulting company based in Berlin, is hosting the Second Annual PV Power

Yingli Green Energy Ups Guidance At Investor Conference $YGE

At a Chinese investor conference held earlier in the week, Mr. Zongwei Li, Director and Chief Financial Officer of Yingli GreenEnergy, upped the company’s guidance and announced that they have signed 575MW worth of sales contracts. ===> Click Here For Your FREE Yingli Green Energy Analysis Mr. Li said that he expects Yingli to close


Peak Oil Conference

On Saturday, October 9th, 2010 in Washington, D.C., the 6th annual Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas Conference came to a close. The conference communicated important informationabout the impacts of the looming energy crisis in a world without areadily available supply of cheap oil. Among the conferenceguests were former Secretary of Energy


SPI 2010 Conference Gears Up

In its 10th year, the Solar Power International conference in LosAngeles, on Oct. 14-15, is on course to be the largest commercial solarevent in the world. The conference, sponsored by the Solar Electric Power Association and the Solar Energy Industries Association, has grown every year since itstarted, and this year, sponsors expect more than 27,000


Conference on Pricing Carbon Emissions

Wesleyan University, in conjunction with the Price Carbon Campaign, an umbrellaorganization of climate-policy advocates, is convening a fall conference that will address new approaches to carbon pricing. WesleyanUniversity’s College of the Environment was established in 2009 to helpstudents become better stewards of the Earth. The Carbon PricingConference begins Friday, November 19, 2010 and runs through

The Green Building Focus Conference and Expo

The Green Building Focus Conference and Expo showcased the latest insustainable building development. Between Tuesday August 24th andThursday August 27th, the city of Birmingham, Alabama hosted the 2010Green Building Focus. Birmingham, is the largest construction hub in the Southeast, and it is quickly becoming the region’s hub for green building activity as well. With the


Recap: Growth Opportunities in Utility-Scale Solar Conference

Last week, Greentech Media held our third annual conference attached to Intersolar North America. This year’s topic was Growth Opportunities in Utility-Scale Solar: Projects,Finance and Policy. Thanks to the intrepid Shanna Hoversten, we now have a recap of the conference highlights:   Keynote Address Steve Malnight, Vice President, Renewable Energy, EnergyProcurement Team, Pacific Gas &

CleanTech Open Conference

On July 22, 2010 the CleanTech Open will bring together the brightest and most engaging minds to discuss how clean technologies can lead the economic recovery. The conference will also discuss thesupport required by innovative entrepreneurs. This event will review how we can accelerate the cleantech revolution andencourage entrepreneurship. The conferenece will review the key

Midwest Best Practices Conference for Sustainable Communities

A Midwest conference is helping communities to implement practices that will insure a sustainable future for generations tocome. The midwest is joining commununities across America in developinginitiatives for more sustainable communities. Communitiesthroughout the Midwest are looking at ways to plan for growth that willminimize impact while improving the quality of life. Some ofthese efforts include


The Tufts Evolution of Energy Conference

This Friday and Saturday, the 2010 installment of one of the largestand most successful student-run conferences in New England will pose the question: How have our energy needs and systems evolved, and how willthey continue to evolve in the 21st century? The Tufts Energy Conference began in 2006 as two small discussion panels–and just four