--()--Philadelphia will be transformed into the nation’s clean energy hub when Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future (PennFuture) holds its annual conference of renewable energy leaders, policy makers, financiers, and advocates on Thursday and Friday, September 13-14 at the DoubleTree Hotel at Broad and Locust Streets in Philadelphia.
Attendees from throughout the Mid-Atlantic, including New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Pennsylvania will hear from visionary energy leaders including
- Mark Fulton, managing director and global head of climate change investment research, Deutsche Bank;
- Delaware Governor Jack Markell;
- Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter;
- former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell;
- Emily Davis, attorney, Natural Resources Defense Council;
- Stephen Marlin, manager, Advanced Technology Demonstration Programs at General Motors;
- former U.S. Rep. Bob Inglis, R-S.C., executive director of the Energy and Enterprise Institute;
- Lee Davis, senior vice president and northeast regional president, NRG Energy;
- Richard Kauffman, senior advisor to the U.S. Secretary of Energy; and
- Kathleen McGinty, senior vice president and managing director of strategic growth, Weston Solutions, former Pennsylvania Secretary of Environmental Protection, and former Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
Media registration is now available online. Go to www.pennfuture.org/cleanenergyhub, click on register and use the code EC2012Media in the discount code box. To arrange a pre-interview with one of the speakers or organizers, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PennFuture has partnered with America’s leading clean energy trade associations –- the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, American Council on Renewable Energy, American Wind Energy Association and the Solar Energy Industry Association – to bring unparalleled insight to this year’s conference. Co-sponsoring organizations including financing organizations and clean energy marketers and manufacturers including AFC First, Choose PA Wind, Iberdrola Renewables, and Philadelphia’s own TRF Sustainable Development Fund. The conference is approved for 10.5 CLE credits.