The Renewable Energy Summit will be held on June 24-25, 2003, in San Francisco’s Pan Pacific Hotel, according to the International Quality & Productivity Center (IQPC).New York, New York – April 8, 2003 [SolarAccess.com] This event will bring together utility and energy companies’ executives, Renewable Energy insiders, policy makers and the investment community with an aim to exchange information on the new developments in the Renewable Energy industry and their real impact on businesses and the nation. Phyllis Dube, the Director of the Office of Energy Options at We Energies’ has just recently joined the speaker faculty which also includes David Freeman, Chairman of the CA Power Authority, Chuck Linderman, Edison Electric Institute, Dan Reicher, EVP, Northern Power, Paul Thomas, CEO, Green Mountain Energy, Allan Barnett, CEO AstroPower, Mark Farber, CEO of Evergreen Solar, Mary J. Hutzler, Deputy Administrator of EIA – US Department of Energy, Nancy Floyd of Nth Power, Stan Ovshinsky, CEO of Energy Conversion Devices, and representatives of BP Solar, GE Wind, Credit Suisse, Exelon/ComEd, LA Dept of Water and Power, and many other companies. The two- day conference program will be chaired by Richard Stuebi of NextWave Energy and closed by Michael Eckhart, Chairman of the American Council for Renewable Energy. Additionally, on June 23 there will be two workshops: “Raising Capital for New Energy Ventures” by Richard Stuebi and: “Federal and State Incentives for Clean Energy and How They Can Be Used and Leveraged”, facilitated by Scott Sklar of Stella Group. The Renewable Energy Summit comes at a time when the oil prices are near all time highs, and many other energy-related geopolitical factors are competing for our attention. Nevertheless, our society will continue top demand energy and companies must make moves to ensure that they can fulfill the future energy needs of our constantly changing world. For more information about sponsorship & exhibit opportunities at the conference, please contact Matthew Singer at 212-885-2769 or e-mail Matthew.Singer@iqpc.com.