MIT Enterprise Forum to Address Alternative Energy

The MIT Enterprise Forum of New York City is hosting a live panel discussion Wednesday, February 15, 2006, sponsored by Spencer Clarke LLC on “Alternative Energy: what’s working today and what are the brightest prospects for the future.”

A panel of experts will discuss public policy, leading technologies, project implementation, and investment considerations. All members and guests are welcome. The panel discussion in New York City will be preceded with a reception and followed by questions. Registration is free to members of MIT Enterprise Forum; $50 non-members, $10 extra at door. For further details, visit the website below. Moderator Christopher Young of Pace Energy Project will moderate. Panelists include Gregory N. Bakeman of McKenzie Bay International Ltd., on Wind Power; John Fox of Homeland Energy Resources Development, on Clean Power System Implementation; John Gaus of Golden Technology Management, on Alternative Fuels; Mel Jones of Sterling Planet, on Solar Power; and William Taylor of Verdant Power, on “Free Flow Turbine Systems.”
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