Top Experts From Around the World to Converge in Niagara USA for World Green Energy Symposium

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The State of New York to serve as the Host of the 6th Annual World Green Energy Symposium, bringing top experts to Niagara Falls USA for World Stage unveiling economic programs & sustainable products & technologies on April 22 (EARTH DAY) through April 24, 2014


United States of America, March 24, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -
The world's top sustainable energy experts from both the public and the private sector will provide a packed audience with latest information on policies, case studies, innovative products, contracting and funding opportunities. The economic opportunities and the power of new energy will be unveiled in Niagara Falls USA on April 22, 2013 at the 6th Annual World Green Energy Symposium.
This World event has been held in major cities and venues and is known for drawing thousands of participants from a broad array of energy related disciplines. The World Exhibitor Showcase will contain the latest products and innovations, as well as master class lectures and workshops conducted by renowned experts in the field. The program agenda provides a world stage of education and information exchange as well as case studies, rollouts and launches of programs and latest policies, investor and procurement opportunities.
The World Green Energy Symposium draws top Nobel laureates, manufacturers, industry leaders, government procurement officials, universities, environmental and economic experts, scientists, entrepreneurs, innovators, government agencies, financial lenders and investors, and nonprofit organizations who engage in a platform of networking, education and information exchange using sustainable technologies and sustainable development as a vantage point to increase the economics in communities.
On a global and national level programs and exhibits featured at the WGES will include; sustainable energy alternatives, climate control innovations, technologies to decrease carbon emissions, new technologies to reduce landfills, manufacturing of renewable products, data centers and grid updates, information on latest policies and tax incentives, matchmaking and information directly from the state and federal procurement agencies on new projects, case studies and contracting opportunities, exporting and trade experts and opportunities discussed, details on careers and new disciplines – all are addressed at the WGES by top experts while the WGES World Exhibitors Showcase their latest products and technologies currently available to meet procurement requirements in both government and private sector and to benefit businesses, homes, and communities.”
Some additional programs featured at the WGES by the State include; the State of New York’s $1B initiative known as the NY Green Bank which supports clean energy economy while promoting job creation and fostering a cleaner environment throughout the state. In addition; the program will highlight the electric car program which features more than 325 new electric-vehicle (EV) charging stations and promoting the proliferation of electrified parking spaces. An update on the $100 million allocated to Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative proceeds for the new Cleaner Greener Communities program. The Regional Economic Development Councils will update on project opportunities designed to support smart growth and sustainability planning and a highlight on what projects and strategies are in effect to meet the goal of 20% increase in energy efficiency in state buildings over the next seven years.
Attendees will be provided with opportunities to network with others in the green energy field and the symposium is the perfect place for learning, exchanging, exhibiting, procuring, and investing in the future of latest energy technologies. While there will be a fee for closed sessions, the WGES Exhibit Hall will feature a series of workshops and is open at no cost to the public. For more information and to register online visit http://www.wge.us
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The World Green Energy Symposium (WGES) is a premier program known to attract some of the best minds from a multi-disciplined audience under one roof. WGES is designed to implement innovative thinking and showcase products and innovations to ensure environmental and economic success in the new energy industry today and for the future. WGES programs attract leaders in the energy industry who present the latest case studies, unveil upcoming innovations and projects, discuss contracting opportunities and provide updates on the latest policy to a global audience and the media. WGES attracts a diverse audience from local and federal governments, industry, academia, nonprofit organizations and representatives involved in B2B, B2G, G2G activities.
Attendees will be provided with opportunities to network with others in the green energy field and the symposium is the perfect place for learning, exchanging, exhibiting, procuring, and investing in the future of latest energy technologies. The latest green energy products and technologies will be showcased at the 2014 World Green Energy Symposium at Niagara Falls/Buffalo, New York and seen by an enthusiastic and forward thinking audience. For more visit www. wges.us.

Empire State Development is New York’s chief economic development agency and administrator of the
statewide business resource portal New York First (www.NYfirst.NY.gov). The mission of Empire State Development is to promote business investment and growth that leads to job creation and prosperous communities across New York State. ESD also oversees the marketing of “I LOVE NY,” the State’s iconic tourism brand. For more information on Empire State Development, visit www.esd.ny.gov.





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