CleanTechOC 2010 Conference and Expo in Irvine on Sept 27

WHO: Steve Westly, former California State Controller, Managing Partner, the Westly Group

Miguel Pulido, Mayor, City of Santa Ana, Co-Chair CleanTech OC

Bill Campbell, Supervisor, County of Orange

Sukhee Kang, Mayor, City of Irvine

David Jones, Managing Partner, SAIL Venture Partners

Dr. Scott Samuelsen, University of California, Irvine

Arnie Klann, CEO, BlueFire Renewables

Joseph Perry, CEO, Flex Energy

Brian Olson, CFO, Quantum Technologies

Greg Trimarche, Partner, Bryan Cave LLP, Co-Chair CleanTech OC

Brian Kremer, Senior Research Analyst, ROTH Capital Partners

WHAT: A forum of more than 300 business leaders, local government officials and private investors who are pushing to create thousands of new southland jobs in the fastest growing industry in the state.

Sponsors for the Clean Tech OC 2010 Conference & Expo include: Brandman University, Bryan Cave LLP, Disneyland Resort, Gannett Fleming, KPMG, Microsemi, OC Waste & Recycling, ROTH Capital Partners, SAIL Venture Partners, Southern California Edison, Squar Milner, UPS, and US Bank. 

WHEN: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 at 12:30 P.M.
Media interview opportunities available.

WHERE:
Hyatt Regency Irvine
17900 Jamboree Road
Irvine, California 92614
949-975-1234
Media check in required

WHY: Green jobs are being created at a rate that far outpaces the rest of the economy, and private capital is pouring into the clean tech sector at levels exceeding all others.

Orange County is at the forefront of the clean tech revolution and is presented with a tremendous opportunity to create jobs, grow the economy and create an economic boon for the region, the state and the nation.

  3 comments for “CleanTechOC 2010 Conference and Expo in Irvine on Sept 27

  1. September 14, 2010 at 11:03 am

    Stimulate The Economy: Build New Nuclear Plants !
    http://www.larouchepac.com/node/14723

    There will be no economic recovery, or growth, without a massive expansion and upgrading of the nation’s energy supply and distribution system. Contrary to “popular opinion,” which has been shaped by scam artists like T. Boone “Windbag” Pickens, and “green” ideologues like Al Gore, only a massive expansion of nuclear energy can provide the quality and quantity of energy that a 21st Century economy requires.

  2. Victoriano Ramirez
    September 14, 2010 at 11:12 am

    Papi Pulido is in on this group. Just what we need, another company to get a high priced City Contract on the taxpayer dime to do absolutely nothing. What a ponzi scheme that is going to be, Mike Levin will be set for life at the expense of poor Latino Santa Ana taxpayers and residents.

    • Dan Chmielewski
      September 14, 2010 at 12:06 pm

      That is not what this group is about at all. Miguel’s expertise in engineering is an asset. And while he’s co-chair of the group and experienced about clean technologies, he joins three other mayors of OC’s largest cities on the Board. The group is about bringing jobs to OC; there isn’t city or county budget dollars attached to this. But as jobs and companies come in, it will bolster the county’s tax base.

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