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Don’t Miss CREA’s Energy Innovations Summit on October 29!

October 18, 2012

We will be hosting our third annual Energy Innovations Summit on Monday, October 29 at the Embassy Suites Denver Hotel (near the convention center). As in past years, we have assembled a first-rate lineup of speakers and panels who will explore a wide range of energy-related topics.

Kevin Patterson, acting director of the Colorado Energy Office, will lead off the day with some comments about the Governor’s energy agenda. Following Kevin, I will moderate a general session panel with folks from NREL, EPRI and CRN to talk about recent developments in energy research and innovation.

We’ll have six breakout sessions over the course of the day that will address issues ranging from nuclear power generation to rare earth metals to electric cars to the development of the so-called smart grid. We are very excited that our luncheon speaker, Dr. Tom Anklam from the Lawrence Livermore Labs, will be present to talk about nuclear fusion and his work with the “LIFE” (Laser Initial Fusion Energy) project.

Christine Shapard, Executive Director of the Colorado Cleantech Industries Association, will moderate the final general session of the day, discussing the current state of venture capital investments in the energy field with a couple of local experts.

The Innovations Summit will also feature a host of exhibitors and give all attendees a chance to mingle with colleagues, make some new acquaintances, and brainstorm about the future of energy production in Colorado and around the world. See you there!

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