The 2010 World Green Energy Symposium & Expo Yields Kudos And Accolades From Attendees & Exhibitors

Top Quote The 2010 World Green energy Symposium & Expo great success with a large numbers of businesses, academia, scientists, government agencies, students, manufacturers, innovators, distributors and world renowned expert. Sponsors and exhibitors are already beginning to sign up for the 3rd Annual WGES which will be held October 19 - 21, 2011. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) October 28, 2010 - Philadelphia Pennsylvania, United States - The 2010 World Green Energy Symposium & Expo drew attendees across the globe from various disciplines.

    The 2010 World Green Energy Symposium was held in the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia USA from October 21 to 23, 2010. Its success was based in great part on a well planned platform of exchange and educational classes creating an atmosphere of information exchange for contracting & business networking opportunities to the multi-disciplines whose focus is specific to the new energy industry.

    "I thought the 2010 WGES was fantastic and learned much more than I thought was possible in such a short time. I'll certainly be there next year."

    "The feedback has been excellent. The classes were conducted by lecturers who were selected based on their extensive experience and involvement in the area pertaining to the field. The audience consisted of academia, business, government, innovation, technological, manufacturing or distribution. "This is one of the main reasons for the Symposium's continued success." States Professor Gallagher, executive chair of the WGES. "The WGES planning committees are themselves from multi-disciplines and in tune with the audience involved. We believe our lecture style educational class setting which is inclusive of leading scientists, professors, renowned subject matters speakers from industry, government and organizations works well in the successful outcome.

    Specifically there is business taking place at the symposium, whether it be B2B, G2G or B2G." states Professor Gallagher, "Our co-hosts now include 6 universities who also exhibit and participate in the classes and outreach, our partners are from across all disciplines, and our industry sponsors are top leaders in the new energy and sustainable economic arena. Our exhibitors are carefully selected so they have the products, services, innovations to showcase which will attract the attendee and vice versa" Concludes Professor Gallagher, " We also provide tuition for a number of students from different universities to attend the WGES lectures and this completes the cycle of job creators for present and future workforce in this industry."

    The agenda ranged from global green initiatives, innovations & products to latest updates on sustainability and green ecotourism to reducing the carbon footprint and contracting opportunities from government and industry experts. The 2010 World Green Energy Symposium participants heard from world renowned subject matter experts in the field of new & sustainable energy, learned about new initiatives, careers and current renewable energy costs and paybacks, case studies of successful projects, and discovered the new policies, tax incentives and rebates available and much more.

    Participating industry partners, agencies and businesses included; Global industry partners Tishman, Gold industry partners Johnson Controls and UGI Performance Solutions, Silver industry partners C+J Signs and Campaign America. In addition, other partners and participating agencies include Clean Air Council, EcoLibrium, PennEnvironment, Lockheed Martin, World Trade Center of Philadelphia, Greater Select of Philadelphia, Sustainable Business Network, Drexel Smarthouse, Temple Fox News of Business, University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, participating agencies included; The United States Department of Defense, the United States General Services Administration, the United States Department of Energy, United States Small Business Administration, the Pennsylvania Department of Commerce and Economic Development, with exhibit hall consisting of many businesses and organizations displaying their new energy products, services and technologies.

    The morning session master class keynote lecture was given by Ms. Michelle Moore, Federal Executive for Energy White House. Governor Ed Rendell, who served as mayor of Philadelphia prior to being elected Governor of the State, addressed the audience and spoke about Philadelphia and Pennsylvania's commitment to new energy and advances it has made toward its goal within this industry.

    The afternoon master class lecture was moderated by Ms. Jennaphr Fredericks of Good Day Philly. The Lectures and roundtable discussion were conducted by leaders in the field; Dr. Kevin Geiss, Pentagon, office of the Secretary the US Army, Kevin Kampschroer from Public Building Services Federal Government Wide program, Marc LePage, Senior Advisor on Climate Change, Canada, JoAnn Garbin of Johnson Controls, Ron Bowman of Tishman and Dr. Greg Caplin from Lockheed Martin. The classes during the course of the Symposium included Federal Government Buying Green Requirements, Meet the Lenders Roundtable, Green Building, Renewables, Technology and Innovation, Global Initiatives, Sustainability, Energy Savings and Weatherization workshop, Legal, Reducing the Carbon Footprint, Ecotourism, Financing & Investing Regional and BioFuels and Wind.

    For more information on the 2011 World Green Energy Sympoisum sponsorship or exhibiting opportunities, email professor ( @ ) worldgreenenergysymposium dot us dot

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    Ms. Daisy Gallagher, Sr. Public Information Officer
    202-465-0009 or email event ( @ ) worldgreenenergysymposium dot us

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