The March ESF Roundup features the New York Battery and Energy Storage (NY-BEST) "Capture the Energy" Conference, March 12-13 (details below).
New Policies Address the Balance of Water and Energy in the U.S.
The water-energy nexus has major implications for the energy sector and national economies going forward. As water becomes scarcer, energy and water efficient technologies will become increasingly valuable.
California’s Sixth Carbon Auction Results Released - read more
World’s Largest Solar Electric System Launched - read more
Heavy-Duty Vehicle Program Extended Beyond Model Year 2018 - read more
Nebraska Court Invalidates Keystone XL Approval - read more
Featured March Event:
NY-Best "Capture the Energy"
March 12-13, 2014
Hilton Garden Inn - 235 Hoosick Street, Troy, NY 12180
Capture the Energy is NY-BEST’s signature event! With keynotes from global corporate leaders in energy storage, roundtable discussions with influential policy makers and technical panels exploring the latest developments in battery and energy storage technology, this is a must-attend event. As we seek ways to modernize and strengthen the electric grid, install clean renewable energy, and green our transportation system, batteries and energy storage technologies are increasingly being looked to as part of the solution.
Register today and be a part of this important discussion.
Keynote speakers include Mark Little, Senior VP & Director, GE Global Research, Hugo van Nispen, COO, Global Energy Advisory, DNV GL and Leslie Whatley, Executive VP, Start-Up NY
Energy Infotech presents:
How the Little Guys can Get Big Guys to Buy
Wednesday, March 19 at 8am
Are you trying to sell your product or service to a large company? Are you wondering how to get decision-makers not just interested, but excited to work with you? Event details