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Phase II of Renewable Energy In America
and RETECH 2010

RETECH 2010: Renewable Energy Technology Conference & Exhibition
February 3-5, 2010
Washington, DC

RETECH 2010 Conference and Exhibition is the American Council on Renewable Energy’s premier trade gathering of the all-renewable energy industry in the United States. The event offers an unparalleled opportunity to network with industry leaders and forward-thinking, focused organizations with a global view. This three-day technology conference and exhibition features a trade show with 250+ exhibitors and six tracks of top CEO-led business conference sessions by technology, as well as multiple business-to-business side events.

Join Government, Business and Technology Professionals at the World’s Premier Event for the Renewable Energy Industry. RETECH 2010 will take over the Washington D.C. Convention Center February 3-5, enabling U.S. and global companies – to showcase their products and technologies for top representatives from government, the financial world, and other business leaders and investors.

The keynote and featured speakers in the opening and closing plenary sessions include leaders from government, industry, finance and international affairs. Following President Obama's State of the Union speech, in which he called for clean energy over a dozen times, it is clear that climate and energy will remain at the top of the public agenda. Please join us at RETECH 2010's opening plenary on February 3 at 2:00 PM to hear from these national leaders!

Opening Plenary Speakers:
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2:00 - 5:00 PM
Carol Browner, Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change
Kristina Johnson, Under Secretary of Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

ACORE Co-Chairs
John Geesman, President, GreenEnergy War
Dan Reicher, Director, Energy & Climate Initiatives, Google

Closing Plenary Speakers
Friday, February 5th, 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Gary Locke, Secretary, U.S. Department of Commerce
Dan Arvizu, Director, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

With Government Day set for February 5, 2010, many Administration officials, Capitol Hill staff, and state energy offices will be touring the Hall to gather knowledge about the newest technologies and services provided by the leading renewable energy companies exhibiting onsite

RETECH is a continuation of the Washington International Energy Conference (WIREC), which in 2008 was the largest business-to-business and business-to-government conference on all-renewable energy, with speakers and delegates from 126 different countries and over 8,600 attendees. The Mid-Atlantic – Russia Business Council (MARBC) hosted a panel discussion entitled “Recent Successes of Russian-American Renewable Energy Cooperation & Analytical Application Tools for Biofuels Market Developments” as one of 80 official side events approved by the U.S. Department of State.

MARBC is continuing its participation as a supporting organization of the RETECH/WIREC conferences and will work to expand the participation of the Russian delegation and to develop Russian business exposition in the events

As a member of the Mid-Atlantic-Russia Business Council you can receive $100 off registration by using Promotional Code: SUP2010.
Go to www.retech2010.com to register or check for updates on Speakers, Exhibitors and more.

Additionally, the MARBC will be participating in Phase II of Renewable Energy in America 2010 taking place in December, 2010. Phase II, first started in 2004, has urged the United States to more seriously consider new renewable energy technologies. Since 2004 Phase II of Renewable Energy in America has continued every year, with 2009’s conference focusing on policies and trends that can help increase the development of renewable energy technologies in the United States and making policy recommendations to President Obama’s administration and to Congress. 2010’s Phase II of Renewable Energy in America will continue the discussion on renewable energy technologies and evaluate the impact that President Obama’s administration has had on the industry over the past years.

The MARBC would like to invite you to take part in both Phase II of Renewable Energy in America and RETECH 2010.

For further information on Russian involvement in RETECH 2010 or Phase II of Renewable Energy in America, please contact Val Kogan, President of the MARBC, by phone at: (215) 708-2628, mobile: (484) 467-7444, or via e-mail at: val@ma-rbc.org



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