Themes Online Investor Conference for 2009

The Future of Renewable Energy and Cleantech under an Obama Administration; Themes Online Investor Conference for 2009

Investing in Renewable Energy Stocks for 2009- Solar Stocks, Wind Stocks, Biofuel and Energy Efficiency

POINT ROBERTS, WA -Nov 19, 2008,, one of the first online investor resources providing in-depth information on renewable energy, cleantech and water sectors
announces initial plans for a 2009 online investor conference themed, The Future of Renewable Energy and Cleantech Under an Obama Administration. and its green investor portals have hosted several online green investor conferences in the past, featuring some of the industry's leading experts.

The conference format is a one day presentation of leading experts and CEO's providing insight into the industry with audio/ slide flash media presentations averaging 15 minutes each. The conferences are free to investors, requiring online registration. Tentative dates are late January, early February. will announce dates and speakers as the conference progresses. To view previous conference formats and speakers: Forums/Conferences Page:

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