Hawaii To Host 2010 Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit and Expo

Four days of high-level speakers, workshops, exhibitions and networking will focus on the transformation to a clean energy economy in Hawai‘i and beyond

Story content courtesy of the State of Hawaii, US

The Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit and Expo will be held 
August 30-September 2 at the Hawaii Convention Center, Honolulu, Hawaii. Last year, approximately 800 energy industry representatives participated in the first Asia-Pacific Clean Energy Summit representing at least 14 countries and territories.

“The Hawai‘i Clean Energy Initiative partnership between the State of Hawai‘i and U.S. Department of Energy was a year old when we held the first energy summit and expo last year,” said Governor Linda Lingle. “This year, we look forward to discussing our state’s tremendous progress to move Hawai‘i toward our goal of 70 percent clean energy by 2030, including renewable energy projects currently underway, new energy efficiency programs and movement toward a new regulatory framework.”

This year, special breakout sessions will highlight energy efficiency, solar, wind, biofuels, geothermal, ocean energy, energy policy, and investment in renewable energy projects. Additionally, participants will learn about the status of development, economics, and competition of renewable energy projects in the global economy and will be provided with an update on Hawai‘i’s Clean Energy Initiative.

For more information, visit the Asia-Pacific Clean Energy Summit and Expo website at AsiaPacificCleanEnergy.com.

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