AURORA, Colo., Feb. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Renewable energy. Smart grids. Overcoming public fear of nuclear energy. The future of coal-fired power. How to finance infrastructure for rapidly emerging technologies. These are just a few of the myriad, complex issues facing the energy industry as its leaders prepare to gather for the 3rd Annual EnergyBiz Leadership Forum (www.EnergyBizForum.com), February 27 to March 1, 2011 at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Washington, D.C.
Billed as the most comprehensive utility strategy conference, the forum brings together industry leaders, government officials and influential discussion moderators, including Robert Siegel, host of "All Things Considered", National Public Radio; David Biello, Scientific American, and Steve Mufson, of the Washington Post to exchange in-depth, realistic perspectives on the global issues that most impact utility industry performance, as well as investment strategies to finance future technologies and infrastructure.
Speakers and panel members will identify the most significant and imminent energy industry game changers, and provide perspective regarding emerging technology, viable power generation options and transmission infrastructure for the foreseeable future. Real-world case-studies will address the impact of technology, regulations and politics on the energy industry, and discussions will include technological developments and financing strategies, developing the ideal renewable energy mix while minimizing risk, and federal and state policy and regulation impacts. The EnergyBiz KITE Awards ceremony and dinner honors outstanding power industry executives and companies on Monday evening, February 28.
For more information about the EnergyBiz Leadership Forum, call Brittany Cameron at 303-228-4764 or visit www.EnergyBizForum.com.
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