Sunshine State Renewable Energy Expo and Symposium
A Florida Green Cities Celebration
Sunshine State Renewable Energy Expo, an event dedicated to educating the energy industry specific to such spaces as project financing and on public policy and others; also providing excellent opportunities for industry and business leaders to connect with investors. Event to also include, wrap-up and overview of Florida legislative session specific to energy and business. Partnership opportunities. business opportunities. Regulatory update and opportunities. Update on emerging technologies and investment tools . On shore and ff shore transmission infrastructure. Rebuilding the grid. Energy production facility construction opportunities. Availabilty and new research on energy feed stock. Water utilities. Biofuels and biomass production challenges and new opportunities.
The "Voice of Renewable Energy In Florida", the Florida Renewable Energy Producers Association (FREPA) was founded in January 2007 as a statewide not for profit industry trade association for renewable energy and energy efficiency that is not led by a specific technology, but by the goal of combatting climate change and leveling the playing field so that independent renewable energy power producers, new cleantech innovations, sustainable manufacturing, waste to energy production and processes, and that energy efficiency product companies and processes are able to competitively engage the market place in the public and private sectors in Florida. Our focus include and is not limited to solar energy power production and equipment, and slolar parts manufacturing; wind energy productuion and the manufacturing of turbines, blades, their motors and other peripherals; biofuels production to include the growing of energy feed stock, construction of facilities, growing the demand and improving the infrastructure; energy efficiency processes and equipment to include revolutionary HVAC systems, window treatments and materials, sustainability practices, and recycling that are closed circle processes.