Renewable energy


Friday, January 07, 2005

Renewable Energy Conference Las Vegas

Here is information about the upcoming conference in Las Vegas about bioenergy. This should start things moving worldwide.

POWER-GEN Renewable Energy is the renewable energy industry's premier event, with all the major players in the renewable energy (wind, solar, hydro power, geothermal energy, ocean/tidal, and biomass), renewable fuels (biofuels, ethanol, methanol, and biodiesel), and emerging energy technology (hydrogen systems, fuel cells, microturbines and energy storage) sectors of the energy industry on hand discussing key technical, regulatory, structural, economic and market issues impacting the commercial future of the important industry. The event will be featuring session tracks on technology and business issues, as well as an exhibit floor to showcase cutting edge products, systems and services.

We would like to bring this event to your attention with hopes that you will be inspired to lend your own expertise to the event and participate as an exhibitor. It is imperative that you join others in the digester industry to have a strong presence at a renewable energy fair of this magnitude. This is a great opportunity to display your products and services to a qualified audience of leading decision-makers, an audience with the power to purchase. This event is America's first all-renewables conference and exhibition, and will be the industry's leading hotspot for connecting renewable energy suppliers and customers in one place to do business. Bringing together over 1,000 power professionals, you'll join other leading renewable energy companies in three days of fast-track networking and new business negotiation.

Indeed, the expanding market demand for manure and organic waste digesters reflects the state of the entire renewable energy market. It is becoming common industry knowledge that digester technology is capable of much more than just simply electric generation, and so it is important for our industry to have a strong presence at this pivotal conference. It will be advantageous to all concerned to have the growing, thriving digester market well-represented at this event. Since the role of the digester has morphed from mere power generation to self-financing waste management techniques, it is imperative to extend this information to consumers and other energy market professionals alike.

The principal target audience will be present at this event, the broad potential array of customers for renewable energy systems and solutions. Parties to be involved in the successful widespread adoption of renewable energy include electric utility companies, independent power producers and project developers, industrial companies, high technology companies, commercial building developers, owners, architects, and engineers, residential developers, architects and builders and government agencies that buy and/or apply renewable energy solutions. Don't miss out!

Please feel free to contact me or Donna Welsch at _donnaw@pennwell.com_ ( (please copy me if you do so) for more information, or visit _ ( .

Richard MattocksENVIRONOMICS
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  • Great blog, keep up the good work. Glad to see sites like this.

    Here is another good site I said I would pass along.
    Las Vegas

    By Blogger Admin, at 3:52 AM  

  • hi guys
    I've found this really interesting video podcast's feed about hydrogen as energy source and related Hydrogen Olympics:




    By Anonymous antonio, at 8:44 AM  

  • Hi friends,

    I read this article on about a Scottsman, Ian Gilmartin, developing a prototype for a mini waterwheel that could power a house for free. Yes, electricity for free! Isn't that amazing. It's great to see how a spark of inventive genius from a person can start a revolution. The apparatus will be in shops by the end of next year. Though it might cost 2,000 Pounds for installation, they say it will pay for itself within 2 years. And after that - free electricity!

    Hey, I am in for Green Energy. Are you?


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:30 PM  

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