Cambridge, MD (PRWEB) May 25, 2012
Dion Banks, Cambridge International’s Director of Governmental Affairs, was chosen to moderate the Industry Panel at the Contract Connections for Energy & Sustainability Industry Forum. Banks was selected for his in-depth knowledge of environmental regulation, alternative energy, and his many years of experience working with Cambridge International, a 100-year-old manufacturer located on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Held at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, MD, the half-day forum was designed to showcase business opportunities at military and civilian federal facilities in Maryland to interested companies located within the state. Maryland businesses in the field of environmental sustainability, as well as military and non-military federal agencies were invited to participate.
The goals of the forum included enabling the state’s business community to understand the requirements of the Federal Sustainability initiative and providing a networking forum for federal agencies and small businesses in Maryland. It was also designed to help connect Maryland business capabilities to existing federal business opportunities in the field of environmental sustainability.
Governor Martin O’Malley was present to deliver the opening remarks, along with DBED Secretary Dominick Murray and Chris Scolese, Director of the NASA Goddard Center.
Federal agencies in attendance included the U.S. Department of the Navy, Army and Air Force. Business attendees included Booz Allen Hamilton, Eaton Corporation, Johnson Controls, Inc., and Lockheed Martin.
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Cambridge Environmental Technologies is an innovative new division of Cambridge International, a century old and world leading U.S.-based engineering and manufacturing company specializing in material conveyance and filtration systems. Our multidisciplinary industrial design and engineering team have developed a revolutionary new form of electrostatic precipitator, as well as new technologies for the solar cell market and an architectural passive solar shading system. For more information on Cambridge Environmental Technologies go to http://www.cambridgeenvirotech.com.