We as communicators need to become more savvy at recognizing when the relationship changes, repairing reputations and regaining market share.
Omaha, NE (PRWEB) February 23, 2009
The development of renewable domestic energy sources will help spur economic stability, but how should we communicate about renewable energy? Learn how at The Communicating Renewables Summit, April 21-23 in Minneapolis, Minn. This is the only conference dedicated to communication professionals working in the alternative energy industry.
"The media appears to have a love hate relationship with alternative energy, particularly biofuels," says Eileen Wixted, Principal of Wixted Pope Nora Thompson and Associates and conference speaker. "We as communicators need to become more savvy at recognizing when the relationship changes, repairing reputations and regaining market share."
In his short time in office, President Obama has been campaigning for support on the economic stimulus package and the need to develop millions of green jobs through the growth of the renewable energy industry. How will his legislation impact the alternative energy industry? How can the industry tap into the funds for both development and consumer education? What is the most effective way to communicate with the media? You'll learn the answers at the Communicating Renewables Summit.
Three reasons why you must attend:
1. To discover how to tap into the funds earmarked through stimulus packages and other legislation.
2. To learn how to craft more effective public relations strategies, tactics and messages that consumers will listen to and move them to the direction of adoption.
3. To learn how to create and deploy tactics that will return a higher Return on Investment (ROI).
Speakers include Chelsea Sexton, known for her role in "Who Killed the Electric Car;" Matt Williams, with The Martin Agency, the creators of Al Gore's We Can Solve It Campaign, "Unlikely Alliances;" Suzanne Shelton, the Shelton Group, known for their Energy Pulse and Eco Pulse research; Jay Byrne, v-Fluence, recognized Web expert, and much more.
To learn more visit http://www.CommunicatingRenewables.com