World Energy Conference 2007
Everything Under The Sun
You arrive at the Fiera de Roma convention center to see whimsical windmills spinning in the breeze. Around Rome are posters with a young girl in a grassy field looking very clean and green. GENI has exhibited at the past 4 WECs and it's not the same congress of the past 12 years. There are 5 large exhibition halls, and for the first time, one of them is dedicated for Renewable Energy (RE) vendors. That's a whole lot more than the average of just 4 [RE] vendors of past WECs.
In the other big halls, with the major suppliers to the world's utilities and energy ministries, you still see all the oil, coal and nuclear companies. But the difference this time is that many of them are also showcasing their divisions of wind and solar. That's new! What hasn't shifted is the primary keynote speakers are from big oil, coal and nuclear industries. They still rule the energy world, and get top billing. But the time's they are a changing. You can see it in the vendors, and in the conversations at our own exhibit. Everyone's looking for solutions to climate change -- and GENI offers one of the best.
More to come
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