On October 29, the Colorado Rural Electric Association will hold its annual Energy Innovations Summit in downtown Denver. Those interested in the latest in energy issues are encouraged to attend.
On the agenda are several leaders in the energy industry who will enlighten guests on the latest research and developments in energy. Key topics include:
• Rare earth metals: Critical shortage or workaround opportunity?
• A regional project overview on power from biomass.
• The newest developments in car technology.
• The future of coal-fired power generation.
Energy experts who will be speaking about these topics and more include United Power CEO Ron Asche, San Miguel Power Association CEO Kevin Ritter, and Tri-State Generation and Transmission Senior Vice President of Production Mike McInnnis.
Several exhibitors are scheduled to attend including GE Appliances, USDA Rural Development, Hamilton Associates, and Western Area Power Administration.
Anyone who wants to attend the Energy Innovations Summit, either as a guest or as an exhibitor, can find more information and register by visiting www.regonline.com/EnergyInnovationsSummit. Additional information, including literature from the 2011 Energy Innovations Summits, can be found at crea.coop.