EngEx 2010: Energy, Tech, Environment | San Diego, CA
July 29th - July 31st, 2010
San Diego Convention Center, 111 W Harbor Dr
San Diego, CA, US
Topic: Energy, Environment
Event Type: Conference
Tags: Clean Technology, Energy, Environmental Technologies, infrastructure, Micro Finance, Renewable Energy, water
EngEx unites 39 fields of engineering to focus on energy, water, infrastructure, environmental technologies.
The EngEx approach is horizontal covering a broad spectrum of technologies for Energy (renewable & non-renewable), Water, Infrastructure, and the Environment. This approach provides for exhibitors and attendees to be co-located for better collaboration, education, and integration that naturally results in enhanced innovation. While there are a few renewable-only shows, please note that there are no other events that offer a horizontal approach that encompasses non-renewable, energy efficiency, renewable, transportation, water, and environmental technologies under one roof.
Given the current economic times, a horizontal approach is far more attractive to businesses of all sizes, in lieu of attending several vertical events that are not only very costly, but also limit outreach opportunity. Hence, one venue, multiple opportunities.
1. Keynote Speaker – President of Shell Energy North America, Mark Quartermain
2. Alternative Fuel Vehicle Showroom : Electric Vehicles (Trucks and Cars) on Display
3. Partnership with 30 schools across the globe to bring recognition to research (collaborate with researchers world-wide)
4. Meet with Venture Capitalists, Patent Attorneys, & Grant Writers
5. 9 Government Agencies – Creating business opportunities for the private sector
6. Attend a CAREER FAIR!
Confirmed Opportunity Workshops:
7. SBA: Learn how to get access to government grants SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research Fund) & STTR
8. TRIO: How to work with the utility companies to commercialize products (Edison, PG&E, & Sempra)
9. Bureau of Land Management: Learn how to get access to government lands for energy projects
10. SBA: Learn how to get government contracts
11. Dept. of Commerce: Learn how to tap government resources to find international buyers
12. US Export Import Bank: Learn how to finance exports
13. Dept. of Transportation: Learn how to finance city/county infrastructure projects
14. U.S. High Speed Rail Association: Future of High Speed Rail in America
15. One-on-one meetings with Banks and Micro lenders
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