BioEnergy Bytes

  • BioEnergyBytesDFThe Geothermal Energy Association (GEA) is holding its fourth annual National Geothermal Summit Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 6 in Reno, Nevada. The leading forum for western state policy discussions, the National Geothermal Summit will bring together policy leaders, utilities and industry professionals to discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.
  • The Maryland Energy Administration (MEA) and a host of local non-profit organizations, elected officials and community stakeholders will assemble at the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training, the site of the former Maryland Cup Factory, to celebrate the $998,789 EmPOWER Clean Energy Communities Statewide Competitive Grant to Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc. (“HNI”). The grant to HNI, working in partnership with Baltimore City Energy Office, and 11 non-profit homeless housing and service providers, will facilitate whole building energy efficiency audits and energy efficiency upgrades to 26 facilities in Baltimore City.
  • SolarCure’s Adopt-a-Solar-Panel program implements Solar Powered SEO so businesses and sponsors can create a buzz about their sustainable practices and support veterans. At a time when consumer demand for purpose-driven brands and investor hunger for purpose-driven opportunities are increasing, this New Jersey company is offering businesses and investors a “triple win” of supporting veterans and VFW posts, greening the environment through solar energy and reducing dependence on foreign energy sources. SolarCure is seeking an outside investment to capitalize its operation. This investment will provide an aggressive return to investors, conservatively 100 percent return on investment dollars, according to the company.
  • Plug-In 2014 is right around the corner. Attendees will be able to listen and debate with the top echelon of leaders in the PEV industry — allowing them to connect and develop long-term relationships with decision-makers who are an integral part of the vehicle and infrastructure markets. Plug-In is a utility-focused PEV conference with an agenda that is focused and specific, providing real data and real-world experiences on technology, driver behavior and preferences, and more. A choice of two, full-day content-packed seminars is being offered prior to the start of the event.

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