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Thursday, March 06, 2008

Online Greentech Investor Conference Reminder for Green Investors and Public Companies

Online Greentech Investor Conference Reminder for Green Investors and Public Companies

"Insight into Global Green Investing Trends and Opportunities in Solar, Wind, Biofuel, Green Transportation, and Water" is Live Online March 20th

POINT ROBERTS, WA and DELTA, BC---March 6 , 2008 -- www.InvestorIdeas.com and Renewableenergystocks.com, global investor and industry Greentech portals, update the list of presenters for the 2008 Investorideas.com Global Greentech Online Investor Conference, March 20, 2008.

Recently added presenters include Estelle Lloyd, Founder and COO, Venture Business Research and Mark Henwood, Founder, Camino Energy.

Don't Miss Out on This Opportunity - If you are a Green, renewable energy or water company or an investor following the sector. Why? ... Because we have gathered some of the best Industry Experts and Speakers to Present .

The online conference themed: "Insight into Global Green Investing Trends and Opportunities in Solar, Wind, Biofuel, Green Transportation, and Water," proudly features a cross section of the most well-respected industry leaders and participants in the sector.

The online conference, free to investors, will include Audio and Media presentations from industry, government, venture capital, funds, indices and global publicly traded companies. Conference info: http://www.investorideas.com/Forums/Portals/Green2.aspx

Public Companies: If you are presenting in any other conferences - there is no conflict since we record over the phone - it actually makes it easy if you already have a presentation ready to read.
Investors register free : http://www.investorideas.com/Forums/Register.aspx

Please note conference date has been changed from March 21 to March 20th.

Other well-known industry presenters include: Neil D. Berlant: Fund Manager of the PFW Water Fund; Rafael Coven: Managing Partner, Cleantech Indices(TM); Neal M. Dikeman: Jane Capital Partners LLC; Peter C. Fusaro: Chairman, Global Change Associates; Joshua Levine: Editor, ChangeWave Investing and ChangeWave MicroCap Investor (www.Changewave.com); J. Peter Lynch: Solar Expert; Yeves Perez: CEO & CGO, Eco Investment Club (http://www.ecoinvestmentclub.com); Matthew Sant: Partner, Irell & Manella LLP; Robert Wilder: J.D., Ph.D., WilderHill Clean Energy Index (www.wildershares.com); Jamie Wimberly: CEO of Distributed Energy Financial Group (DEFG, www.defgllc.com); and Brian C. Yerger: Research Analyst, Jesup & Lamont Securities.

Keynote Participating Public Companies: Yahoo! Inc. Interview with Christina Page, Yahoo!'s Director of Climate and Energy Strategy

Akeena Solar, Inc. (NasdaqCM:AKNS ) Barry Cinnamon, CEO, will discuss "The Path of Solar to Grid Parity an End Users Perspective"

The in-depth online conference will be available March 21st, 2008, starting at 9:00 am EDT and archived 3-6 months thereafter. The conference format will consist of an audio presentation (average 15 minutes) with images in a slideshow presentation, in Flash format. The conference is free to online visitors with login registration.

About Our Green Investor Portals: Renewableenergystocks.com

Investorideas.com has four investor and industry research portals within the renewable energy, water, environment and fuel cells sectors, featuring news, articles, leading experts and financial columnists, audio interviews and Podcasts with leaders and innovators in Greentech, investor conferences, Blogs, and a comprehensive global directory of publicly traded stocks.

About InvestorIdeas.com:

InvestorIdeas.com is a leading global investor and industry research resource portal specialized in sector investing covering over thirty industry sectors and global markets including China, India, the Middle East and Australia.

Disclaimer: www.InvestorIdeas.com/About/Disclaimer.asp

Contact: For companies wanting to participate and more information contact: Dawn Van Zant 800.665.0411 Email: Email Contact

1 comment:

Web said...

Green energy is definitely the best solution in most cases. Technology like solar energy, wind power, fuel cells, zaps electric vehicles, EV hybrids, etc have come so far recently. Green energy even costs way less than oil and gas in many cases.