06/10/2012 04:03 PM ET
News from: WGES Council & Host Ambassadors
World Green Energy Symposium: Last Days to Sign Up, Will Sell Out
Attendees at the June 21st conference will connect with top decision makers & experts who unveil latest economic opportunities & innovations in Wash DC, Nation, and Globally
(Washington DC): The World Green Energy Symposium (WGES) is a prestigious event known for bringing together the best minds from a multi-disciplined audience to implement innovative thinking and showcase products that will ensure environmental and economic success in the energy industry.
Space at the forum is intentionally limited, these are the last days to sign up.
The forum takes place at the Washington Post Conference Center. Connect with energy leaders who present the latest case studies, unveil upcoming innovations and projects, discuss contracting opportunities and provide updates on supportive policies.
$154 billion in private capital worldwide in this industry is projected to triple to $2.2 trillion by 2020 (2011 Moody's Economic Report).
Confirmed speakers include: Mayor Vincent Gray who will discuss Washington DC's Sustainable DC plan; industry experts such as Kurt Yeager named Scientific American's Leader for Energy & Environment; Justin Eric Sutton on the worldwide hydrogen super highway project; Samuel Burlum of Extreme Energy Solutions on emissions reduction, fuel economy and environmental mitigation; Gina Dennis, Esq. LEED AP discusses green buildings; and Michelle Desiderio, Director National Association of Home Builders Research Center.
Federal Government experts will discuss large projects and opportunities at the Department of Defense; William Toth, Director, US General Services Administration Fleet will discuss projects and contracting opportunities.
Other Federal agency experts will discuss small business opportunities, such as Kent Hibben, Department of Energy; Kevin Boshears, Director, Department of Homeland Security Security Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business; a representative from the Department of Labor, Women's Bureau will discuss STEM and GREEN programs.
Attendees come from multi-discipline audiences and are looking for information on new energy, from contractors, architects, engineers, scientists, to contracting & program officers, and industries such as construction, manufacturers, as well as academia, government agency, small businesses.
For Information & to Sign Up today, visit http://www.wges.us/
For more information please contact:
Professor Robert Gallagher Executive Chairman