Boston To Host Sustainable Energy Trade Show-marie digby

Marketing Linknet News Daily Digest – December 22, 2005 – The Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA) will hold its 31st annual Building Energy Conference and Trade Show at Bostons Seaport World Trade Center on March 7-9, 2006. The conference will feature more than 150 speakers dealing with topics ranging from photovoltaics, utility scale renewable energy, biofuels, urban design, building design, industrial design, green buildings and green products. The show is expected to draw 2,000 participants for activities including: workshops, sessions, lectures, networking, a free public forum, and a trade show for renewable energy and green building professionals. The event is recommended for architects, developers, investors, policy makers, engineers, builders, city and town planners, building systems designers, real estate professionals, and other professionals interested in renewable energy and green building practices. ==>MacWorld to feature usual slate of innovations MacWorld, to be held in San Francisco, Jan 9-13 2006 will feature a strong focus on music and audio. This is not surprising, considering Apple’s success in this area over the last few years. Music-related exhibitors will include Harman Multimedia which introduced an award-winning line of companion products for the iPod, as well as Musitek showing off the latest release of SmartScore music-scanning and music-scoring application. Other features include Guitar Center, showing off the latest recording software and hardware, music creation and editing tools. Other displays will feature a Podcasting Stage where attendees can see listings to leading podcasters, and the MacWorld Auto Show featuring specially fitted cars demonstrating the latest in iPod integration. ==>Government Officals Debate Technology Options at CES The International Consumer Electronics Show to be held in Las Vegas, January 5-8, 2006 is one of the most important shows of its kind in the world. It features cutting-edge displays of new consumer technology, with a focus on audio, video, mobile electronics, information technology, wireless communications, home networking and much more. Because of its importance to the global economy, this year more than 100 top federal and state government officials from states across the U.S. will be in attendance to "hear, touch, undertand, and debate the hottest technology products and services." Government officials include members of the US Senate, as well as the House of Representatives. Officials from the Whilte House, FCC, and other government agencies will also attend. Debates and presentations will focus on the environmental impacts of technology, secuirty issues, and contentious issues such as Music Industry vs. File Sharing Consumers. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: