Greentech Conference: Insight into Sector as Gas Prices Reach New Highs

Conference Goes Live Online March 20th; Investors, Experts and Public Companies in Green Sector Participate and Listen From Home or Office Desktop

POINT ROBERTS, WA and DELTA, BC---March 14, 2008 -- and, global green investor portals, update the list of presenters for the Global Greentech Online Investor Conference, March 20, 2008. The free audio conference will be uploaded and accessible online, to registered users starting at 9:00 a.m. Eastern.

Recent public company additions include Medis Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:MDTL) and Telkonet, Inc. (Telkonet SmartEnergy) (AMEX: TKO).

Recently added industry experts include Estelle Lloyd, Founder and COO of Venture Business Research and Mark Henwood, Founder of Camino Energy. Camino Energy provides comprehensive global tracking and accurate segmentation of publicly traded sustainable energy businesses.

The online conference themed: "Insight into Global Green Investing Trends and Opportunities in Solar, Wind, Biofuel, Green Transportation, and Water," features a cross section of well-respected industry leaders and participants including: Christina Page, Yahoo!'s Director of Climate and Energy Strategy, Mary Nichols , appointed by Governor Schwarzenegger in July 2007 to lead California in its efforts to reduce greenhouse gases, Akeena Solar, Inc. (NasdaqCM:AKNS ) and Robert Wilder, WilderHill Clean Energy Index .

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Recent Public Company Additions:
Medis Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ:MDTL)
Medis Technologies' primary focus is on its fuel cell technology. Its business strategy is to sell its products to end users through OEM partnerships, retail outlets, and service providers and to the military and other markets. Medis' indirect majority-owned subsidiary, Cell Kinetics Ltd., is engaged in the development and commercialization of the CKChip, a unique cell carrier platform intended for simultaneous fluoroscopic monitoring and analysis of thousands of individual living cells over time.

Telkonet SmartEnergy and Telkonet, Inc. (AMEX: TKO)
Telkonet SmartEnergy (TSE) is an intelligent, occupancy-driven in-room energy management system, providing an economic, green approach to controlling HVAC usage and improving energy efficiency. It incorporates a patented technology - Recovery Time' (RT) that performs constant real-time calculations to adjust and maintain a room's temperature based on occupancy. More info:

Additional public companies include Akeena Solar, Inc. Clear Skies Solar, Inc., XsunX, Inc., and ZAP (OTC BB: ZAAP.OB).

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Dawn Van Zant

Source:;; Akeena Solar, Inc., Telkonet, Inc, Medis Technologies Ltd., ZAP

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