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Retech 2009 - Renewable Energy Technology and Conference

Las Vegas, NV USA
February 25-27, 2009

RETECH 2009 is for professionals wanting to stay current on the dynamic renewable energy industry,. The event, being held at the Las Vegas Convention Center, is aimed at executives, managers and professionals in science, engineering, manufacturing, marketing, sales, law, consulting, architecture, finance, investment, lending, insurance, associations, higher education, and government employees.

RETECH 2009 is expected to attract more than 5,000 attendees. The event includes a trade show, press conferences, product launches, a six-track business conference, providing educational and networking opportunities for a wide range of participants.

More than 250 companies and organizations and twenty-five international governments will host booths and pavilions at RETECH. Exhibitors will include equipment manufacturers and suppliers, systems providers, finance and investment firms, research & development companies, project developers and operators, law firms, green builders, architects, construction and rigging companies, NGOs, trade associations, and government agencies.

The Business Conference will provide a platform for more than 120 speakers and six parallel tracks, held over two days, on each of the key technologies (wind, solar, hydro, ocean, geothermal, and biomass/ biofuels/ waste energy), plus cross-cutting sessions on markets, finance and policy. Discussions of clean technologies will incorporate presentations on hydrogen, fuel cells, batteries and other energy storage technologies, transmission, smart grid distributed generation, energy efficiency, green buildings, and other topics related to renewable energy.

RETECH is managed by ACORE (the American Council on Renewable Energy) and Partnering Organizations.

“We look forward to assembling again to continue our industries’ global growth and success, as well as highlight and advance the technological advances being made around the world," said Michael Eckhart, ACORE president. "We intend for RETECH to be the #1 place to be seen as a player in renewable energy.”

http://www.retech2009.com/