The NC Sustainable Energy Association will be holding it's 6th annual Making Energy Work conference at the Charlotte Convention Center on October 1-2, 2014. 

If you have participated in Making Energy Work in the past, we thank you for your support!  Last year we had record attendance, inspiring keynotes, behind the scenes deal-making, abundant networking and healthy debate.  The success of 2013 has inspired us to raise the bar even higher for 2014! 


Making Energy Work 2014 - Securing the Future will be instrumental in providing the context for the future of the ever-changing energy landscape.  This event will play a key role in convening important players from the entire energy industry, many which see things quite differently, and creating dialogue around the issues that really matter. Once again, we will bring forth expertise to connect the importance of major energy issues facing all industries now and in the future.  Stay ahead of the curve and abreast of the industry while networking with the top influencers of energy today.

We invite you to be a part of this extraordinary event!


WHY ATTEND: 

• Informative discussions
• Valuable analysis
• Engaging exhibit booth
• Latest plug-in electric vehicles (PEV)
• Extensive networking opportunities
• Dynamic reception


Share ideas.
Discover solutions.
Make connections.
Secure your future!

 

"Making Energy Work was instrumental in providing the context for the ever changing energy landscape. It's extremely important to hear fromexperts who work all across the energy spectrum rather than generalists to fully understand the energy markets, costs and policy landscape that North Carolina finds itself.  Each year NCSEA has managed to do this but 2013 was in particular a banner year".

Diane Cherry

Institute for Emerging Issues


Presented by:

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CHARLOTTE CONVENTION CENTER

501 South Street Charlotte, NC 28202

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