Cogenra CEO Dr. Gilad Almogy to Speak at GovEnergy on Solar Cogeneration Applications in Government and Defense

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. August 2, 2011Cogenra Solar CEO Dr. Gilad Almogy will be speaking at GovEnergy to address new technology and trends in the growing solar cogeneration industry that have been getting increasing attention by the U.S. government, as well as the U.S. Navy, Air Force and Marine divisions of the military.

Cogenra is part of the elite group that has passed screening for the ESTCP/SERDP deployment grant final submissions. Cogenra is also part of the select group chosen to participate at the ExFOB event in Twentynine Palms, demonstrating the proficiency of its technology when applied to remote Forward Operating Bases (FOBs).



WHO:  Dr. Gilad Almogy, Chief Executive Officer, Cogenra Solar

WHAT:  Dr. Almogy will present as part of the GovEnergy 2011 Technology Theater on “Solar Cogeneration: Highest Utilization of Sun’s Resources” on Monday, August 8, 2011 at 10:00 am.

GovEnergy, the nation’s premier energy training workshop and trade show for federal energy professionals, will take place August 7–10, 2011 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Embracing the theme “A River of Energy Solutions,” organizers expect to draw around 4,000 attendees.

WHERE:  Technology Theater in the GovEnergy Exhibit Hall at Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati, Ohio.

                  Visit Cogenra at their GovEnergy booth #1343

WHEN:  August 8, 2011 at 10:00am


About Cogenra Solar

Cogenra Solar is a distributed solar cogeneration company that combines photovoltaic and hot water collection to deliver low cost electricity and heat generation for commercial, industrial and institutional facilities. Cogenra’s solution enables clean, renewable energy below utility rates while reducing natural gas and grid-fed electricity consumption. Cogenra is located in Mountain View, California. Please visit for more information. 


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