There’s a perfect storm brewing for ‘clean technologies’. As federal climate change legislation threatens to increase energy costs by 50% and the Obama administration focuses on ‘green’ investment as a cornerstone of its stimulus plan, market demand is growing for technological innovations to harness the power of alternative energy. That’s why it is expected that the value of sectors like fuel cells, biofuels, solar and wind power will more than triple over the next decade to represent a $300+ billion industry by 2017.
Join us for a panel discussion of how the cleantech revolution can mean big business for Indiana’s technology and manufacturing industries, from the hybrid-electric vehicle market to the high-tech demands of the new smart power grid. Participants include Paul Mitchell, former economic advisor to Governor Daniels, who is now leading the formation of a new cleantech initiative for the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, as well as representatives of Indiana companies in the sector.
Date: March 6, 2009
8:00 a.m. Registration and continental breakfast
8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Presentation
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Hope to see you there!