Only 30 tickets remain before the 4th Concentrated Solar Power Summit USA completely sells out!

With just over 3 weeks to go until the 4th Concentrated Solar Power Summit USA taking place June 24-25 in San Francisco, the conference is almost sold out with just over 30 tickets remaining.

The conference which has already attracted over 500 confirmed attendees (to see a sample list visit here http://www.csptoday.com/usa2010/cspattendees2.htm ) will bring together the leading players from across the CSP value chain from all over the world.


Over 2 days of insightful presentations, panels sessions and workshops the conference will aim to tackle issues as far reaching as transmission, regulation and permitting, legislation and financing as well as a comprehensive look at CSP technology developments and thermal storage breakthroughs.


Over 50 world leading speakers will impart their knowledge including leading executives from the likes of ACS Cobra, Brightsource Energy, Acciona Solar Power, Siemens Energy, Bechtel and many more.

The conference will also play host to largest CSP exhibition in North America with over 35 CSP dedicated exhibitors that include the likes of Solar Trust of America, Solar Reserve, American BOA, Guardian Industries, Siemens Energy, Rioglass Solar, Bechtel and many more.

Conference organisers CSP Today highly recommend that any companies wishing to attend the summit June 24-25 in June secure their place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

For information on registration and to register please visit https://secure.firstconf.com/csptoday/usa2010/register.php

For a timed summit agenda click here http://www.csptoday.com/usa2010/agenda.php

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