HACKENSACK, N.J., Dec. 13, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- What do you get when you fill a room with some of America's leading clean tech companies and investors? The future of "green" in New Jersey.
Antenna Group, one of the nation's largest and most experienced clean technology public relations practices, announces CLEANTECH NJ 2011: The Business of Clean Technology, New Jersey's premier business and investor-focused clean technology conference which will convene the state's most prominent clean energy stakeholders on March 10, 2011 at the Woodbridge Hilton in Iselin, N.J.
CLEANTECH NJ 2011 will bring together the clean energy business community in the greater New Jersey area. C-level executives of N.J.-based clean technology and energy companies, government policymakers and regulators, institutional and angel investors, professional services firms, thought leaders and environmental activists will have the opportunity to brainstorm and network. Attendees will have access to compelling panel discussions with prominent clean energy business and thought leaders, one-on-one meeting rooms, informal breakout sessions and a networking-focused cocktail hour.
"New Jersey's progressive clean energy policies have made it a national leader in solar, second only to California in installed solar capacity and first if measured on a per-capita basis," said Keith Zakheim, president of Antenna Group. "The goal of this first-ever conference is to garner recognition for New Jersey's role as a national leader and to create a platform for expanding upon our clean energy achievements."
Beyond solar, New Jersey's leadership in the clean energy industry extends to thousands of entrepreneurs who are pioneering new clean technologies in areas like wind, smart grid, lighting, biofuels, electric vehicle infrastructure and energy efficiency. When coupled with a robust financial services sector, a supportive regulatory environment and world-class research and development facilities, New Jersey is poised to become a clean energy hub.
For more information on sponsorship opportunities or to register, visit the CLEANTECH NJ 2011 web site: http://www.cleantechnj.com/
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About Antenna Group
A subsidiary of Beckerman, Antenna Group is a strategic public relations agency and dedicated advocate for innovative technology businesses whose products or services contribute to a cleaner, more energy-efficient world. Most of Antenna's clean tech clients are multinational companies for which Antenna serves as the agency of record, leading strategy and managing outreach via partners worldwide. To learn more, please visit www.antennagroup.com.
SOURCE Antenna Group