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2013 Business of Clean Energy Alaska Keynote Speakers Announced


Business of Clean Energy in Alaska
May 2-3, 2013
Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center | Anchorage, AK 
Early registration is now open for the 5th annual Business of Clean Energy in Alaska conference. Register before March 29th and save up to $125! 
Join leaders and clean energy experts from across the globe for two interactive days of workshops, discussions, and exhibits on the growing economic opportunities related to renewable energy and energy efficiency in Alaska.
More information at www.BCEAconference.com
Keynote Speakers
Governor Jennifer Granholm
Former Governor of Michigan, Educator, and Political Commentator
One of the most respected political figures in the country, Jennifer Granholm served two terms as Michigan governor, leading Michigan out of an economic crisis and into the forefront of green job creation. Her memoir, A Governor's Story, recounts her role in Michigan's post-recession restructuring and is a roadmap for America in light of a budget crisis and the 2012 Presidential election. Focusing on Election 2012, Granholm delivers insight into the day's news, featuring commentary by newsmakers and political figures, among others. 
Richard Heinberg
Senior Fellow-In-Research, Post Carbon Institute
Richard is a Senior Fellow of the Post Carbon Institute and is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost Peak Oil educators. He has authored scores of essays and articles that have appeared in such journals as Nature, The American Prospect, Public Policy Research, Quarterly Review, The Ecologist, Resurgence, The Futurist, European Business Review, Earth Island Journal, Yes!, and The Sun; and on web sites such as EnergyBulletin.net, TheOilDrum.com, Alternet.org, ProjectCensored.com, and Counterpunch.com. 


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