Many states and communities are making impressive gains with new investment among green industries using vacant plants, infrastructure, and work forces already in place to attract green energy projects.
Understanding how new and changing federal, state, and local incentives will provide the major push to achieve these projects and how shuttered facilities and existing pools of skilled, unemployed workers can attract new business, many communities which suffered greatly during the recession, could very well help propel themselves and the nation into a more stable — and sustainable — recovery.
In April, Tulsa will be the site for The Renewable Energy Forum. This is the ideal Forum for economic developers interested in a mix of case-studies, round table discussions and networking sessions centered on the challenges and opportunities within today's renewable energy sector. For more information on registration, speakers, program or sponsorships contact Annie Gregson at email@example.com for more information.