January 22-24 2012
333 South Figueroa Street · Los Angeles, California 90071 USA
VX 2012: January 22-24 – Los Angeles, CA
Energy & Infrastructure: The Business Of Adapting To Green
What Is The VerdeXchange Marketmakers Conference?
The VerdeXchange Market Makers Conference is an international, executive level conference that brings together market leaders from all sectors of the green economy for two days of high-level discussion, interaction and market making. Continuing the tradition of previousVERDEXCHANGE conferences in Los Angeles and Toronto attendees will gather under one roof in intimate panel and networking sessions to participate in unmatched, cross-platform, B-to-B opportunities to meet, learn from, and do business with global and local green economy manufacturers, entrepreneurs, project financiers, elected officials, utility executives, energy and water providers and regulators, environmental stewards, and equity investors.
Who Attends VerdeXchange?
Approximately 500-650 delegates will attend VX2012, including industry leaders and procurers involved with energy efficiency, transmission, alternative fueled vehicles, clean water, transportation, and green building who are actively investing in and shaping the U.S., Western States, and the global green economy marketplace.
– Business & Utility Leaders
– Entrepreneurs in Clean & Green Technology
– Manufacturers & System Operators
– Transportation Engineers and Managers
– Financial Investors/Bankers
– Sustainability Managers
– Environmental Stewards
– Government Officials & Regulators
VX2012 Panel Topics Include:
– Cleantech Leadership: Korea, Canada, Japan, Germany, et al.
– Monetizing Efficiency Financing Transportation and Public Infrastructure
– Utility GHG Regulation, Funding, Research, & Partnership Policies
– Cap & Trade in California: Now What?
– The Delta: The Lynchpin of California’s Hydrology
– Solar, Wind, Biofuels, and Geothermal Technologies
– Cars 2.0 and Related Fuel Infrastructure
– Next Gen Clean Tech Financing: Equity, Debt, and Project Financing
– Transmission and Storage
– Sustainable Cities, Planning, and Architecture
– Smart Grid Technologies: Efficiency and Services
– Integrated Water Policy: Recycle, Reuse, and Desalinization
– Growing Importance of Natural Gas
– Waste-to-Energy Technologies and Protocols
– Greening Port Infrastructure and Logistics
– Carbon Reporting Measurement and Verification
– Energy Security: North America’s Oil and Gas Policy
– Biofuels – Powering Next Generation Air Travel
– Water Technologies: Municipal Options
– Clean Tech Incubators; University Research/Tech Transfer
What Will I Gain From Attending?
– Hear what works and what doesn’t from global industry experts
– Increase your awareness of the latest market-driving clean technology initiatives
– Gain an understanding of global clean and green technology best practices and successful applications
– Discover and review stimulus and venture funding available for green and sustainability initiatives
– Gain insight into purchasing, financing, and selling green technology
– Begin building cross-sector and cross-border economic and political alliances
– Create your own comprehensive portfolio of green solutions for your business
Don’t miss this timely opportunity to network, accelerate, and profit from these clean energy and green tech marketplace developments.