Virtual Energy Forum,

The Virtual Energy Forum, the world's largest online-only energy conference held twice a year, is meeting on June 24th and 25th from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. The event is focused on how leading companies can adopt better energy management practices to cut costs -- presenting alternative energy technologies, policies, and best practices in a live, interactive environment. Topics include: sustainable energy management, alternative energy, clean technologies, green buildings and operations. The event is completely free and all you need is a computer to attend.

Noted speakers include:
Amory Lovins, Founder, Chairman and Chief Scientist, The Rocky Mountain Institute
Fred Krupp, President, The Environmental Defense Fund
Kristen Pierre, Manager Green Suppliers Network, US Environmental Protection Agency
Mark Ginsberg, Senior Executive Director, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), US Department of Energy
Heather Henriksen, Director of the Office for Sustainability, Harvard University
Dr. Len Sauers, VP Global Sustainability for Procter & Gamble

Virtual Energy Forum offers attendees an opportunity to watch energy experts live and get answers to their questions on-the-spot. Attendees can also watch live video case studies on how other companies have implemented energy-efficient solutions, browse a virtual exhibit floor featuring sustainability solutions, and text chat with representatives about their products.

Register at www.VirtualEnergyForum.com

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