Only Sustainable 2011, one of the most prestigious events on American sustainable energy will take place during November 7th – 9th in downtown Miami, FL. The international event will be held at the Wolfson Campus in Miami Dade College, calling out hundreds of participants from the United States, Latin America and Europe to discuss the latest sustainable energy trends in the region.
As the industry with more growth projection within the next decade, Only Sustainable, 2011 (www.onlysustainable.org) hosts not only a one-of-a-kind event in the Americas, but also a „vital meeting place for investors, banks, companies, scientists, governments and other actors within the renewable energy sector,‰ states Only Sustainable Director, Javier P. PalenciaThis meeting has, for the second consecutive year, confirmed the potential of the region in this area as well as the appropriate and effective channel to build alliances and relationships between industry leaders.
Its first edition in November 2010 marked a great success: more than 400 professionals and companies from the Americas and Europe gathered to learn about the latest developments in sustainable energy at the hands of more than 50 recognized leaders and energy experts.For three consecutive days of lectures, 40 public and private sector speakers, public authorities, regulators, businessmen and academics in the industry will discuss the most important aspects about projects, the present conditions, strategies, regulations, tax issues and future prospects related to sustainable energy production in the region.
Among the top-level speakers are also important representatives of public organizations and institutions in the sector of renewable energies such as Adam Putnam, Florida Commissioner of Agriculture (Department of Agriculture and Biomass), Florida, United States;; Barry Moline, Director of the Municipal Association in Florida, United States; F. Javier Salazar, President of the Energy Regulatory Commission, Mexico; Spain; Ronald A. Brisé, Commissioner Florida Public Service and Member of the National Association of Utility Commissioners (NARUC), Florida, United States; Margaret M. Cullen, Development Commissioner for Energy, Canada; as well as senior executives from leading international firms such as Bankia, Gamesa, NextEra / FPL, FCC Energy, Banco Sabadell and Baker & McKenzie.