We're looking forward to providing an environment in which industry leaders can meet, network and discuss the important issues facing policy and funding.
Portland, Maine (PRWEB) April 2, 2009
The current political and economic atmosphere is placing alternative energies at the forefront of most political platforms. With the EU proposing to allocate close to €3.5 billion towards carbon capture and storage and the new US administration's focus on moving towards cleaner energies, carbon capture and storage technology is even more prominent in today's climate discussions. IntertechPira's 2009 Carbon Capture and Storage World Summit, set for September 22 - 24, 2009 in Washington DC, will provide the latest in policy and funding information, as well as technology and industry updates.
"Program development is underway," said Conference Producer Valerie King. "We're looking forward to providing an environment in which industry leaders can meet, network and discuss the important issues facing policy and funding."
Key topics to be discussed include business concepts and technology for the steel, coal and concrete industries. One pre-conference seminar will be held prior to the conference on Tuesday, September 22 and several networking opportunities and interactive panel discussions will also be provided.
At a time when clean energy is more prominent than ever, Carbon Capture and Storage 2009 is the event to network with key leaders across several industries and receive a comprehensive overview on carbon capture and storage.
IntertechPira provides events, training, online information and publications across a wide range of contemporary issues and technologies affecting industry. Our 100% independent products are provided globally 24/7 and delivered by teams of independent experts at sites in Portland, ME, US and London, UK through 20 specialized industrial platforms. Our core competencies are information on: research and product development, globalization and new markets; production methods; regulatory and compliance