WGES has made its mark consecutively since its inception in 2008, the program focuses on green/renewable energy technology and innovations in existing technologies as the vantage point in the new economy creating and maintaining jobs, contract and exporting opportunities, and new policies leading to economic vitality and a healthier planet.
The WGES provides opportunities for networking, learning, exchanging, exhibiting and investing in the future of the new energy and green technology and innovation & solutions to improve existing technologies. It is made up of a G2G, B2B and B2G audience. It also provides a platform to showcase products & technologies to an enthusiastic and forward thinking audience looking for solutions.
This is a leading technical symposium known for attracting the top echelon of speakers, scientists, researchers, innovators, officials, corporate leaders, exhibitors, program and contracting officers and a track record of proven results and equal caliber of sponsors and participants. To see the testimonials click here.
Since its inception it has developed a stellar reputation drawing the best minds. Participating agencies included: DOC, DOE, GSA (PBS, FAS) DOT, DHS, DOD (Pentagon – Army & Air Force), DOC, DOL, private sector such as AECOM, BAE, DOW, Tishman, Siemans, GE, Johnson Controls, and others, Mayor’s Office, Governors, Economic Development & Planning, Universities ,SBDC, PWC, AFE, and other trade organizations, Chambers of Commerce are partners, large and small companies global, national and local media.
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