The 2010 World Green Energy Symposium, Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia USA October 21-23, 2010 demonstrates the power of New Energy by providing a platform for connections, education, information exchange, contracting & business networking opportunities in the industry. The 2010 World Green Energy Symposium & Expo is set to draw an overwhelming number of attendees across the globe from various disciplines.
"Businesses, organizations, academia, students, government agencies, and people from around the globe will join in 2010 for what is sure to be one of the most exciting, educational and innovative energy events of its kind focusing on green, clean and renewable energy technology." states Professor Gallagher, Executive Chair of the WGES Council.
The agenda ranges from global green initiatives, innovations & products to latest updates on "Green" contracting opportunities from government and industry experts. The 2010 World Green Energy Symposium participants (worldgreenenergysymposium.us) will hear from world renowned subject matter experts in the field of new & sustainable energy, learn about the GREEN initiatives, GREEN jobs, find out the current renewable energy costs and paybacks, hear case studies of successful projects, discover the new policies, tax incentives and rebates available with the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and much more.
"Sponsors, exhibitors, attendees and students are invited to join others who demonstrate support for a clean, green, sustainable world makes economic sense while creating countless new jobs." states Gallagher, "This is the opportunity to communicate your support, and open new doors of informational change."
Here are just a few testimonials from last year's sold out World Green Energy Symposium:
"This has been one of the most powerful, informative symposiums I have ever been to..."
"My business partners and I attended and exhibited at the World Green Energy Symposium on both days, and found the event to be informative, energetic, well-planned and well-attended. We met many people in the renewable energy industry with who we will be in contact to discuss opportunities to work together on sustainable development projects."
"We very much enjoyed the enthusiastic reception that we found the Symposium received from the general public, who seemed eager to learn about the different exhibitors, businesses, and the overall green message of the Symposium. We are already looking forward to the 2010 WGES!"
"We left the symposium with goals fulfilled and so much more. We will definitely be a part of WGES 2010."
More than 63 million people live within driving distance from Philadelphia. Philadelphia is the second largest city on the East Coast of the United States of America, with a metropolitan population of 5.8 million. Philadelphia is conveniently located in the middle of the Northeast Corridor, south of New York, north of Washington, D.C., and 55 miles from Atlantic City.