Oct 31 2009
Inaugural Energy Summit
Inaugural Energy Summit

Inaugural Energy Summit

Friday, November 06, 2009 from 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM (PT)


Energy will play a key role in our future economic growth and recovery of the Inland Empire. This Energy Summit presents an opportunity to gain knowledge from top experts on topics such as energy policy, energy efficiency and conservation, green house gas reduction and renewable industry opportunities.

Regional business owners and community leaders are invited to engage in discussions including energy project funding, incentive programs, Climate Action legislative impacts and evolving energy-related technologies. An Exhibit Expo will feature leading companies in the energy related industries.


Keynote Speaker

Mary D. Nichols, Chairman
California Air Resources Board (CARB)


Energy Economics and the Environment Panel:

Ronald Loveridge, Mayor (moderator)
City of Riverside

John J. Benoit, Vice Chair, Energy & Utilities Committee
California Senator 37th District

Lisa Cagnolatti, Vice President Business Customer Division
Southern California Edison

Richard M. Morrow, Vice President Customer Services  
Southern California Gas Company and San Diego Gas & Electric

Barry R. Sedlik, Chairman  
California Green Collar Jobs Council


Sustainable Success Panel:

Stuart Dorsey, President (moderator)
University of Redlands

Russell Miller, Vice President Development

Dan Howell, Director of Purchasing 
Eastern Municipal Water District 

Steve Coppinger, Director of Energy Services
California Portland Cement



Presenting Sponsors 






Platinum Sponsor





Silver Sponsor


 Gresham Savage Nolan & Tilden




Marketing Sponsors


TMG Communications  Green Valley Initiative



Sponsorships Are Still Available!

If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please click here to download form or contact:
Cari Mendez, VP Investor Relations
951-779-6700 x239


Please Note: Fees will be refunded if cancellation is received four (4) business days prior to the event.
No-Shows are non refundable

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