Come Explore Business Opportunities in Tuscany. Become a Part of the USA Delegation

We cordially invite you to be part of a trade mission and workshop dedicated to renewable energies in Tuscany, Italy, taking place Oct. 6th & 7th, 2010.


On behalf of the Italian Trade Commission, the Ministry of Economic Development, Toscana Promozione and Regione Toscana, in cooperation with the American Consulate General in Florence and New York University, we cordially invite you to be part of a trade mission and workshop dedicated to renewable energies in Tuscany, Italy, taking place Oct. 6th & 7th, 2010.

Aimed at exploring and developing green business ties between Tuscany and the U.S., the mission will allow American companies to meet Italian counterparts and learn about doing business in Italy and in particular, Tuscany.

The program consists of one day of practical workshops with discussions by both American and Italian experts, and one or two days of site-visits to prominent Tuscan companies making great strides in renewable energy technology and deployment. Participants will be able to establish strategic alliances, understand the business climate and explore exporting opportunities and learn about new related technologies and methodologies.
In this context, the main subjects of discussion - biomass, hydrogen and solar energy - will be thoroughly examined together with a general discussions of broader renewable energy topics.

The mission seeks to reaffirm the environmental and economic advantages of renewable energy technologies, and to demonstrate how the U.S. and Tuscany can cooperate in this field in mutually beneficial ways.

Come explore green business opportunities in Tuscany
Become a part of the U.S.A. delegation*

For further information about the Trade Mission,
please contact Claire Servini at:

Italian Trade Commission
33 East 67th Street
New York, NY 10065-5949
Tel: +1 212 980 1500
Email: info@tuscany-usa.com

Visit: www.Tuscany-USA.com

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