Texas Renewables 2010 takes place in San Antonio at the Marriott Rivercenter, 101 Bowie Street, November 7-10, 2010. For over 26 years Texas Renewables Conferences have helped businesses stay informed on prospects for Texas renewable energy industries and provided a venue for forming valuable business-to-business alliances, small business opportunities as well as informative panels that keep industry sectors informed and up to date on the latest business developments, regulations, federal and state grants and other business opportunities.
The conference is a must-attend event for renewable energy industry professionals, utility executives, investors, small business developers, engineers and policymakers.
At last year’s 25th anniversary celebration, Governor Rick Perry said, ‘We are all in this together.We’re all struggling to find energy independence together. I think it’s a way to make our nation safer.” And furthermore, ‘We keep sending the message that Texas isn’t going to lose its legendary place as a leader,’ said Perry.
Texas Renewables 2010 conference is hosted by CPS Energy and features:
* Keynote addresses by government and industry leaders including Texas Public Utilities Commissioner Barry Smitherman.
* The highly anticipated annual TREIA Awards Luncheon.
* Texas International Business Connections Forum including representatives from Germany, Israel, Canada and Mexico.
* Breakout sessions covering the latest developments in policy, finance, markets and technology.
* Exhibits covering a range of energy technologies where business is business including solar power, wind energy and biomass electric generation, renewable fuels, geothermal electric generation, and sustainable building design and construction.
“More today than I can remember in 30 years promoting the industry, individuals, companies and governments are actively pursuing renewable energy,” said TREIA Executive Director Russel Smith. “They are making the smart choice, investing now in stabilizing and reducing a significant portion of their energy costs,” said Smith.
Texas Renewables Conferences are organized by the Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association (TREIA), the oldest renewable energy trade organization in Texas whose work promoting development of renewable resources and their wise use has spanned a quarter of a century.