Many of us are interested in participating in the world of conferences and seminars in order to better understand the renewable energy marketplace. Thankfully, for those of us unable or unwilling to cough up the fees and expenses necessary for some of these events, the Virtual Energy Forum provides a respite. residential solar power webinarThe Virtual Energy Forum is not the only online and free source of information on the clean energy marketplace, but it is the only one we’ve seen that features keynote speakers like US Department of Energy solar technology leaders, senators and congressmen.
The Virtual Energy Forum is geared toward business owners, typically Fortune 1000 and public sector executives interested in deploying energy efficiency and sustainability initiatives in their businesses. That said, if you’re not a Fortune 1000 company but you want to be, this is a great chance to rub shoulders with some of those you may be aspiring to get tee time with. The event drew 5,500 attendees this past June – quite sizable for an online forum. Also, during Q&A periods, you’ll be able to ask your questions and have them answered in real-time by those same keynote speakers and company reps.
All events run from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST and feature keynote and trackback sessions. During the forum, you can peruse a virtual exhibitor’s floor and check out the latest in renewable energy products for businesses. The forum is a green event since everyone gets to stay home rather than burn up fuel traveling. The best part is the price; no one can argue with free.
If you have the time and you’re looking to become a leading renewable energy-minded executive in the world of Fortune 1000 companies, this may be just what you’re looking for. Even if that isn’t your goal, you may learn what next steps the big players in the current market will be taking as their companies strive to achieve green credentials. Knowing what the people who own the companies are planning to adopt can help anyone, from investors to solar installers. Make the most of your investments as we move forward in 2010.