Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association
September 21, 2012
Fredericksburg, TX, September 21, 2012 Some of the most up-to-date information on a wide range of green living topics is on schedule at the Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair. There are over 75 speakers along with exhibitors, product demos and kids activities. It's is a wealth of information and activities in store for Texans ready for a fun fall adventure.
"I've been coming to the Roundup since it started in 1999 and I have had the same booth space for 12 years now. It is one of the most enjoyable shows we do for both exhibitors and the participants." David Bebeau, CEO, Sunrise Solar
We’ll be packing the tents with outstanding speakers discussing terrific topics at the 12th Annual Renewable Energy Roundup & Green Living Fair September 29th & 30th in Fredericksburg. For starters the first talk of the day by David Rogers, VP Power Marketing, OCI Solar Power is titled Green Jobs in Texas: CPS Energy and OCI Solar Power Invest in Tomorrow’s Energy Future. And the rest of the talks are equally vital topics as well.
Nine power packed panels are the gathering point of local experts and industry leaders to share some of the most up-to-date information in Texas all in a rural setting. They include:
Renewable Fuels: Update for 2012
Jess Hewitt is Chairman of Gulf Hydrocarbon, Inc., Jeremy Sanders, BoyarMiller, PC, Brian Weeks Regional Manager, Gas Technology Institute (GTI)
Leveraging a Utility Generation Plan to Create Jobs in Your Community
Wesley Brinkmeyer, Bluebonnet Electric, Doris Cooksey, CPS Energy, Chris Perry, Michael Osborne, Austin Energy, Karl Rabago, Rabago Energy LLC.
Affordable Green Building and Remodeling
Miki Cook, Austin Energy Green Building, Marjory Gentsch, Hill Country Green Team LLC, Wayne Jeansonne Solluna Builders, Lloyd Lee, President and CEO of Native, Adam Stepan Sunergy Texas
The Future of Energy in Texas, What is likely in the next Legislative Session and Beyond Steven Polunsky, Director Senate Committee on Business and Commerce, Mark Bruce, Principal, Stratus Energy Group, LLC, Tom Smitty Smith, Director, Public Citizen, Greg Thurner, ERCOT
And five other panels include:
The unique experiences at The Roundup bring people back year after year. In a past Roundup, Mona Aclin from Donie, Texas said, “The Roundup is unique and so much fun. We’ve been coming for four years.”
The fair is a favorite of both businesses and attendees making it the largest all-sustainable fair in Texas. David Bebeau, CEO, Sunrise Solar recently said, "I've been coming to the Roundup since it started in 1999 and I have had the same booth space for 12 years now. It is one of the most enjoyable shows we do for both exhibitors and the participants." More event details including a complete speaker line up can be seen at www.TheRoundup.org or call 830-997-2350.
The Renewable Energy Roundup is co-organized by Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association (TREIA) and Texas Center for Policy Studies (TCPS). Event proceeds benefit TREIA and TCPS, two non-profits striving to increase understanding and awareness of renewable energy applications and to promote their wide use. Sponsors for The Roundup include Austin Energy Green Building, HEB, Circular Energy and many others who can be seen along with event details at the website: www.TheRoundup.org, or call 830-997-2350 or email: info@TheRoundup.org.
# # #
The information on this page was created and posted by the company identified above. RenewableEnergyWorld.com does not endorse, edit, or substantiate this information and assumes no obligation for this content's accuracy.