Event Date/Time: Jan 25, 2010
End Date/Time: Jan 27, 2010
Early Registration Date:
Nov 27, 2009
The two-day Conference provides the forum for the private sector, Government and academia to sift through and discuss pressing energy sector issues, with a view to fostering positive change for the country, region and the world; and the setting for participants to forge new and strategic business relationships through networking.
Whether you are looking for tangible business leads, to maintain relationships with existing clients and business partners, or raise awareness of your companyâ€™s business solutions, Trinidad & Tobago Energy Conference 2010 offers you a mix of visitor numbers and visitor quality.
The sponsored energy workshops will bring you the in-depth training and professional development that are critical to your professional success. Spend time with industry leaders to enhance your professional skills, and interact with top trainers to get the information you need.
Entrepreneurs are at the forefront of global efforts to build a sustainable energy future. Whether it be developing new energy efficiency technologies or driving down the costs of alternative energy sources or exploring new frontiers for hydro-carbon resources, entrepreneurship is crucial if we are to meet the planetâ€™s pressing energy needs.
The current global crisis has introduced new challenges for both the existing industry players and new entrants into the energy sector. With constraints on capital and low investor confidence, an entrepreneurial spirit is needed now more than ever to overcome the many challenges facing the energy sector, from global warming to the skills gap and local capacity development. At the same time, the response to the global economic downturn and the massive public injections of capital into new green energy investments in some of the worldsâ€™ major energy markets creates both new opportunities and challenges for energy exporting countries such as Trinidad & Tobago.
The theme of the Trinidad & Tobago Energy Conference 2010 will be â€œEnergy and Entrepreneurshipâ€. In keeping with the tradition of the Energy Conference, this theme will be robustly debated and evaluated as we map a course for a sustainable energy sector for Trinidad & Tobago and the wider region.