This year, Governor Bob McDonnell will host “Virginia: Energy Capital of the East Coast — The Governor’s Conference on Energy.”
The Governor’s Conference will be held October 12–14, 2010 at the Richmond Convention Center, Richmond, Virginia.
To Register, and for information on attending, exhibiting or sponsoring, visit
The Conference will feature a comprehensive program that will cover every aspect of doing energy business in Virginia; provide the latest information on state and federal regulatory activity; present cutting edge projects; highlight research and development currently underway at Virginia’s universities; and present the insights of business and government leaders about our energy future.
Registration open now! Early registration ends September 17.
At the conference you will:
Hear nationally recognized keynote speakers on October 13–14 and attend conference sessions on topics ranging from “Doing energy business in Virginia,” to “Demand side management programs,” “High efficiency buildings,” “The future of conventional and alternative energy sources,” and “Energy research and development in Virginia universities.”
Attend pre-conference events and tours on Tuesday, October 12, which will highlight such topics as Green building, tools for community sustainability, new transportation initiatives, and alternative energy entrepreneurs.
Attend the Green Job Fair on Wednesday, October 14, hosted by Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling, who will provide opening remarks.
Sponsorship and Exhibitor Opportunities
Highlight your company or organization’s commitment to making Virginia the East Coast Energy Capital by sponsoring the conference or special events, exhibiting at the conference, and participating in the Green Job Fair.
Who Will Attend
The 2010 Governor’s Conference on Energy will bring together over 500 participants from the across the Commonwealth and the mid-Atlantic region from sectors that include state and local government, business and industry, facility managers and owners, educators, design and engineering companies, academic institutions, economic development agencies, homebuilders, community organizations, transportation and agriculture, and the military.