GEM Energy presents Critical Power and Data Center Summit Nov. 7 in Toledo, Ohio

Register now for the Critical Power and Data Center Summit, hosted by GEM Energy, in partnership with IBM, Capstone Turbine Corporation and The University Toledo. The day-long event begins at 8 a.m. Nov. 7, at The University of Toledo, Nietschke Hall, SSOE Seminar Room, 1610 N. Westwood, Toledo.

The Critical Power and Data Center Summit will include an open dialogue with numerous end-users of combined heat and power technology, as well as prominent experts in the field of information technology and energy.

The event will include presentations by:

> Dr. Nagi Naganathan, Dean of Engineering, The University of Toledo

> Dr. Roger Schmidt, Distinguished Engineer, Systems & Technology Group, IBM

> GEM Energy and Capstone Turbine Corporation

> Dr. Robert Hirsch, Senior Energy Advisor, MISI

> Dr. H. Ezzat Khalifa, Director, STAR Center for Environmental Quality Systems, Syracuse University

> Charles Lehnert, Vice President of Administration, The University of Toledo

The Summit also will include tours of modular ReliaFlex units at The University of Toledo, Seagate Center, Huntington Center, the Toledo Museum of Art and the Glass Pavilion at the Toledo Museum of Art.

There is no fee to attend the Summit, and registration is open to the first 100 participants.

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