Sunday, March 23, 2014

Event - 2014 Power Up Energy Expo

This premier energy conference along the Gulf Coast will take place on April 28-30 in Florida at the Pensacola Beach Hilton. Now in its sixth year, Power Up attracts hundreds of industry professionals from all sectors of the industry to discuss the latest, cutting-edge technologies and most innovative projects around the world. This event is brought to you by the Gulf Coast Energy Network.

The 3-day expo is the premier energy conference along the Gulf Coast and offers a great opportunity to network with peers and learn about the most innovative technologies in energy, construction, architecture, and alternative transportation and fuels.

This is now a truly global event. "With nine countries represented last year, Power Up has truly evolved to become an international event" said Dave Robau, Founder and Executive Director of the Florida-based Gulf Coast Energy Network and Co-Chair of the 2014 Power Up Programs Committee.

Power Up attracts the most respected leaders in business, industry, and academia and this year Power Up will feature Mr. Ralph Avallone, President of the Green Energy Council and author of "The Great Green Revolution." I am so pleased to have Mr. Avallone at Power Up to share his unique insight and his vision for a 21st Century America powered with clean, renewable energy." Mr. Avallone will also be available for a book signing session at Power Up.

The public is invited to view outdoor exhibits and special demonstrations at no charge.

For more information or to register click here.

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