Sunday, January 31, 2010

Cleantech Event - Feb. 18 - 8am - Noon

The UCF Venture Lab and Orange County are organizing another Cleantech Symposium scheduled for Feb. 18 from 8am – Noon at the UCF Executive Development Center in downtown Orlando.

The purpose of this event to dig into the “state of the union” on RPS issues within FL and policy best practices in other states. The organizers have indicated that they want this to be an open, active dialog with an audience that understands the issue and that is able to provide feedback to our region and state policy makers.

BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS CONVENE TO DISCUSS RPS POLICY IN FLORIDA

Cleantech Symposium Workshops Align with Florida’s Energy Goals

FACT SHEET

WHO: Orange County Government in partnership with the UCF Venture Lab is hosting a Cleantech Symposium Workshop to discuss the creation of a statewide Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard.

WHAT: The Cleantech Symposium will feature experts in Cleantech policy, technology and finance to discuss ways to increase renewable energy production such as the Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard. Attendees will have the opportunity to actively provide input toward and learn more about Cleantech initiatives that will impact Central Florida and the state.WHEN: Thursday, February 18, 2010 from 8:00 AM to Noon

WHERE: The UCF Executive Development Center, located in Downtown Orlando at 36 West Pine Street.

DETAILS: The Cleantech Symposium will provide the form for open dialogue with industry experts on the creation of a Renewable Energy Portfolio Standard for Florida, based on feedback received from the Cleantech community in Central Florida last year. A Renewable Portfolio Standard is currently being proposed at the Florida Legislature that would require the increased production of energy from renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar, biomass, and geothermal. The Renewable Portfolio Standard would create renewable energy production in Florida by requiring utilities to produce 20% of their electricity from renewable energy resources by 2020.

If you have any further questions or require additional information, please contact
Christa K. Santos
CKS Marketing Communications
407-230-7018
http://www.cksmarketing.com/

2 comments:

Edward said...

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