Denver, Colorado—CLE International is hosting a conference on renewable energy transmission March 18-19th at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, in Denver, in an effort to launch a national discussion on new ways to tap renewable energy resources.
CLE International’s event is expected to become the premier renewable energy transmission event, drawing attendees and speakers from across the nation.
Gregory V. Johnson, a partner in the Denver office of Patton Boggs LLP, played a critical role in organizing the event as chair of the conference. Under his leadership, the conference has attracted the nation’s leading renewable energy professionals to address public policy issues and provide solutions to energy transmission challenges.
“Expanding, extending and improving our national electrical transmission network plays an important role in facilitating the growth of renewable energy and developing a green economy,” Mr. Johnson said.
Leaders in the industry from Washington, New York, New Mexico, Wyoming, Arkansas, Minnesota, Utah and Colorado will facilitate discussions on such topics as our nation’s current electricity infrastructure and the challenges it presents in bringing renewable energy to consumers and businesses.
The conference is expected to bring together private practice lawyers, in-house counsel, government employees, developers, planners, venture capitalists, and environmental professionals. The discussions will also address current projects, government initiatives and legal and financial issues involved in expanding electrical transmission and linking renewable energy sources.
To register, contact CLE International at 800-873-7130 or visit its website at http://www.cle.com/index.php. For additional information, please contact: Barbara Hollingsworth - 303-865-3120 ext. 107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.