FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NextEra Energy Resources Joins Renewable Energy Markets 2011 as Host Sponsor
San Francisco (July 11, 2011) — Center for Resource Solutions (CRS), organizer of the annual Renewable Energy Markets (REM) conference, announced today that Juno Beach, FL–based NextEra Energy Resources, one of the nation's largest clean energy providers and the largest owner and operator of wind generating facilities in North America, has joined the conference as the Host Sponsor, the highest sponsorship level. From November 15–18, CRS will welcome over 400 attendees to the 16th annual REM conference, the nation's largest conference focused on North American clean energy markets. It will be held this year at the Parc 55 Wyndham Union Square Hotel in San Francisco, CA. The conference is organized by CRS and co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency.
"We are pleased to welcome NextEra Energy Resources as a conference sponsor for the third year in a row," said CRS Executive Director Jennifer Martin. "As the Host Sponsor this year, NextEra Energy Resources is demonstrating its leadership as a clean energy developer and provider, and helping promote domestic markets as real drivers for new projects that help the transition to a clean energy portfolio."
REM is the only conference of its kind aimed exclusively at environmental markets in the U.S. From renewable energy and clean energy-derived carbon offset products, to project financing and state compliance markets, REM's panels and discussions focus on the drivers for industry growth. This year's program features discussions on international markets, and emerging renewable energy markets including electric vehicles, green buildings, and community voluntary renewable energy programs.
Learn more about the conference at www.renewableenergymarkets.com.
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