2009 World Green Energy Symposium Sept. 25-26, 2009 Philadelphia Register Today early bird special ends soon


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New and 'Green' Energy is the Responsibility of all mankind. The World Green Energy Symposium Hosts, Sponsors and Partners include; Temple Fox News of Business, University of Pennsylvania, Drexel SmartHouse, Clean Air Council,GSA, SBA, DOE, 10,000 Friends, Chambers of Commerce, Consulates and others invite you to join them in what is sure to be one of the most exciting, educational and innovative energy events of its kind focusing on green, clean and renewable energy technology.

The Green Expo segment of the World Green Energy Symposium will take place in the Comcast Center; Philadelphia's newest addition to grace its skyline. And with its ambitious incorporation of eco-friendly technologies, the Center is the tallest LEED certified building in the United States.

More than 63 million people live within driving distance from Philadelphia. Philadelphia is the second largest city on the East Coast, with a metropolitan population of 5.8 million. Philadelphia is conveniently in the middle of the Northeast Corridor, south of New York, north of Washington, D.C., and 55 miles from Atlantic City.

The 2009 World Green Energy Symposium and Exposition will bring together government leaders, business leaders, businesses, innovators, university and college students, and the public in an atmosphere conducive to information exchange on new and alternative green energy possibilities and opportunities

Because of your commitment and involvement in New Energy, you are cordially invited to participate in this exciting world event with a focus on green, clean and renewable energy technology. We look forward to your participation. World Green Energy Symposium Executive Council, Hosts, Partners and Sponsors

'...2.3 million people have in recent years found new jobs in the renewable energy sector alone, and the potential for job growth in the sector is huge. Employment in alternative energies may rise to 2.1 million in wind and 6.3 million in solar power by 2030; ' UNEP - UN Environmental Program Report

'Our future is what We build it to be.'
President Obama said about renewable energy; $150-billion will be put towards energy independence over the next 10 years. Never has this nation (United States) seen such a move forward on this important issue.

Learn about energy alternative and new initiatives
Get updates on the Stimulus, tax incentives and rebates Network and hear from government, business, and educational, environmental energy subject matter experts. Join others in networking opportunities to create potential joint ventures and partnerships and present your products and services to other businesses, venture capitalists, government, educators, and general public in a well publicized, media sponsored exciting world event. See existing and new innovative products and technology with a focus on New Energy, Wind, Solar, BioFuels, Green and New Energy Construction, and Green Transportation Attendees & Exhibitors WILL Meet Customers, VIPs, educators, manufacturers, builders, innovators, researchers, businesses showcasing alternative and renewable energy technology products (solar, wind, biofuel, geothermal), lending institutions, angel investors, venture capitalists, government bodies, and more.

To Register, click the registration invitation on the following link to see full details on 2009 World Green Energy Symposium www.worldgreenenergysymposium.us / 202-465-0009. Sponsors WILL Join the 2009 VIP Sponsorship Circle from Global to Green Circle sponsors who have committed to promise and demonstrate support for a clean, green, sustainable world for future generations to enjoy. This is the opportunity to communicate your support and to send your message to your target audiences and open new doors of informational change.


September 25 - 26, 2009
Sheraton Center City & Comcast Center, Philadelphia, PA
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