RETECH 2013 Conference and Exhibition on September 9-11 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington, DC.
Supported and organized by the International Green Energy Council, the RETECH 2013 Conference and Exhibition provides you with an unrivaled opportunity to network, collaborate and experience first-hand the newest products, solutions and developments within the renewable energy marketplace.
The RETECH 2013 Conference and Exhibition gives you:
Compelling conference content presented in focused forums for all markets of the renewable energy community – business development, power generation, military and government and renewable energy technology. Maximize your time, effort and learning capacity by attending the sessions that present the information you need.
Major players in renewable energy all in one place. RETECH attracts leading industry speakers from the United States Department of Energy, Biomass Power Association, BOEM, FERC, AWEA, National Hydropower Association IBM, Siemens, GE, AT&T, SOLON Corporation, and much more!
Innovative companies on the showcase hall floor. You’ll have the chance to meet with solutions providers on the RETECH showcase floor and find the next generation of renewable technologies in development.
Register today using VIP Code: IGEC10 and you will receive 10% off the Smart Pass and Conference Pass, or a Free Showcase Hall Pass, which gives you all-access to workshops, breakout sessions, networking events, lunches and the showcase hall!
Click here to register.
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