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Invitation Only Think Tank Geared Towards Top 50 Decision Makers Who Define and Influence Industry
WHO: RUBENIUS, a Dubai-based alternative energy and smart grid enabler, is participating in Bloomberg's New Energy Finance Leadership Forum on Energy Smart Technologies. Jacob Rikard Nielsen, vice president business development of RUBENIUS, will be a panelist on a storage forum.
WHAT: Bloomberg's New Energy Finance will convene a unique Leadership Forum on Energy Smart Technologies at the Glen Cove Mansion, just outside New York City. The Forum is an invitation only event, geared towards just 50 senior decision makers who define and influence this industry. For two days, the group will debate the key issues and challenges surrounding the energy system and its continuing development, in an intimate and closed-door setting.
WHEN: October 27-28, 2010
WHERE: Glen Cove Mansion
200 Dosoris Lane
Glen Cove, NY 11542
WHY: The forum will try to answer two core questions:
· What lessons can we learn from industry leading projects underway today?
· What are the necessary steps to move new energy technologies and business models towards commercial scale?
Forum Findings will be published in a Bloomberg New Energy Finance white paper, prescribing actionable recommendations to accelerate progress.
RUBENIUS was founded to be a world leader in utility service including energy warehousing. The company helps communities, utilities and energy producers intelligently monitor and control their resources, with the goal of achieving less carbon in the process. RUBENIUS also will provide reliable services at the lowest possible cost. Currently the company and its affiliates have contracted more than $2 billion of utility management solutions, is privately held and has more than 1,900 employees. More information can be found at www.rubenius.com.
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