California's global warming issues, innovation, markets and leadership on display at CMTA Energy Conference
July 19, 2007 The California Manufacturers and Technology Association is holding its annual energy conference -- California Manufacturers Leading the Way on Climate Change: Innovation, Markets & Prosperity -- from July 26 to 27 at Harvey's Resort and Casino in South Lake Tahoe. Both Thursday and Friday are open to print media. Only Friday's panels and keynote are open to TV cameras. Key speakers include Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey, PUC Commissioner Diane Grueneich, Governor Scwharzenegger's Communications Director Adam Mendelsohn, renewable technology and energy efficiency advocate V. John White, California Air Resources Board's James Goldstene, Political strategist Dan Schnur and more.
Registration for credentialed media is free. You can register here, as well as view the full agenda and conference attendees.
CMTA will also be blogging the conference, sending you key quotes and debate items throughout Thursday and Friday. The blog is posted live on cmta.net but blog items will also be e-mailed to you every hour.