New York, NY (PRWEB) February 28, 2012
There is a growing demand for business opportunities in environmental finance. Global Change Associates' Wall Street Green Summit once again delivers the latest result-oriented prospects, developments and thinking at this annual event. Experts from GE, Deutsche Bank, National Grid, IBM, JP Morgan, US EPA, Morgan Stanley, Mission Markets, Agrion, New Energy Technologies, CB Insights, Con Ed, Ontario Government, Green hedge funds, and over 65 professionals in all provide two full days of informative insights.
This year’s conference features 18 women speakers, the most of any energy and environmental event in the world, and there will be a special women’s mentorship lunch on Day 2 of the Summit.
“The Wall Street Green Summit has always attracted the best in class speakers on a variety of environmental finance topics. The conference is noted for its depth,” said Peter C. Fusaro, conference founder and chairman of Global Change Associates.
This unusually high level of expertise is what has made the Wall Street Green Summit a resounding success for the past eleven years. Outstanding green finance professionals in the new energy economy share their latest information, insights, and business acumen on sustainable finance, cleantech and renewable energy. There are generous opportunities to develop potential business relationships in this rich environment. These targeted connections can be very powerful.
This year’s agenda includes individual presentations and informed, lively panel discussions on policies, market trends, project finance, technology development, and investment opportunities.
- Gain insights on emerging trends affecting environmental finance professionals.
- Network with other top clean energy professionals and thought leaders
- Leave the Summit with investable ideas for 2012.
There will be 2 days of intensive knowledge transfer and networking regarding:
The latest trends in renewable energy project finance opportunities in the US.
New investment trends in impact investing.
Insights into issues impacting water sustainability.
The status of Smart Grid initiatives throughout the country.
How to finance green buildings energy savings.
Where the carbon investment opportunities are in California and the EU as Rio +20 approaches.
Green hedge fund strategies.
How to monetize the ecosystem marketplace for environmental attributes.
For more information, please call Carmen Cook at 1-212-222-3775, carmen(at)global-change(dot)com or visit the conference website at http://www.wsgts.com