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REV 2012 – Renewable’s New Mission: Renewing American Prosperity with Keynote David Foster

Check in with us later for information about today’s conference.

Renewable Energy Vermont is hosting the 11th annual Renewable Energy Conference & Expo on Oct. 1&2 at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center.

Keynote Address

Renewable Energy is one of the few proactive solutions that offers multiple wins: climate change mitigation, energy security, consistent fuel prices, and of course, jobs.  The Keynote for this year’s conference, David Foster, is Executive Director of BlueGreen Alliance, a national partnership of organizations dedicated to expanding the number and quality of jobs in the green economy. From 1989-2006, Foster served as Director of United Steelworkers District 11, a 13-state region spanning from Minnesota to Washington State and Alaska and representing a diverse membership of 43,000. For the past 20 years, Foster has been among the labor movement’s leading environmental advocates and has spoken on trade, global warming, and environmental issues to labor, management, environmental and governmental audiences in the U.S., Canada, Europe and Japan.  We welcome his vision and experience as our keynote presenter on Renewable’s New Mission: Renewing American Prosperity.

Schedule & Registration

Renewable Energy 2012: Driving Towards a Smart, Renewable Energy Future will continue to bring together key players in the renewable sectors: business leaders, system operators, manufacturers, engineers, scientists, policy makers, regulators, and academics. The conference, typically drawing hundreds of attendees and exhibitors, is consistently the largest renewable energy conference in the state, and is rapidly expanding to accommodate regional interest.

Click here to review the preliminary conference brochure for a listing of sessions and speakers! (an updated version of the conference schedule and list of speakers will be in the final program at the conference)

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION:   

Full Conference Registration(includes both days of conference content, exhibits, all sessions and lunches)
REV Member Fee
$300
Non-Member Fee
$350
Student Fee
$200
Monday, October 1st Exhibit Hall Pass
(includes Monday exhibit hall and electric vehicle demo only)
$20

READY TO REGISTER?

Conference Highlights

EXPERT PANEL DISCUSSIONS: Hear the latest from industry leaders in wind, solar, bio-energy, energy-efficiency, geothermal, hydro and transportation.

2 DAY BUSINESS EXPO: Network with over 60 renewable energy businesses from throughout the region.

NEW THIS YEAR: An expanded focus on Quebec businesses – meet and discuss business opportunities and renewable energy policies and practices with our Northern neighbors.

INNOVATION EXCHANGE: Hear about the latest products, newest methodologies and innovative technologies in renewable energy.

GUBERNATORIAL FORUM: Vermont’s candidates for Governor are invited to discuss the future of energy in the state and region.

Stop by the Sheraton Conference Center parking lot on Monday, October 1 between 2:00 and 6:00 pm for theElectric Vehicle Demonstration! Step outside and test drive select electric vehicle models and experience the future of transportation!

Location & Lodging

REV’s 11th Annual Conference will be held at the Sheraton Hotel & Conference Center in Burlington, VT. A specialgroup rate is available at $149 per night. Call (800) 325-3535 by September 26th in order to be guaranteed the group rate. Please mention that you are with the “Renewable Energy Vermont Conference”.

Become a REV Member Today

Renewable Energy Vermont invites individuals and businesses that share our mission to promote renewable energy and strengthen the industry to join our organization. To find out more about REV Membership, visit our website:www.REVermont.org. Ready to sign up? Need to renew? Sign up using the exhibitor & sponsor registration form.

Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan trade association representing nearly 300 businesses, individuals, colleges and others committed to reducing our reliance on fossil fuels and expanding the availability of  sustainable sources of power in Vermont.

CONTACT US

Renewable Energy Vermont
P.O. Box 1036
Montpelier, VT 05601
(802) 229-0099

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