Current & Future Opportunities in Clean Technology HIA-LI Executive Breakfast
HIA-LI Executive Breakfast; Thursday, April 22, 2010 at Islandia Marriott
WHAT: Long Island “Clean & Green Tech” leaders, government and education officials will discuss the impact and trends surrounding Clean Technology and the current and future opportunities this exciting area opens for the industrial and commercial sector business on Long Island.
David Winchester, President of CleanTech Rocks and second vice-chairperson of HIA-LI
Steve Bellone, Supervisor, Town of Babylon (Invited)
Gary Huth, Labor Analyst, NYSDOL
Pat Malone, Director, Stony Brook University Center for Continuing Education
WHEN: Thursday, April 22, 2010 (Earth Day); 7:30 AM – 10:00 AM
WHERE: Islandia Marriott
INFO: Long Island is a leader in the area of energy and, specifically, in the area of clean technology. Panel Moderator David Winchester, President of CleanTech Rocks, second vice-chairperson of the HIA-LI Board and a co-chair of HIA-LI’s Green Industries Committee. The development of clean technology initiatives among HIA-LI members provides them with a competitive landscape, as well as opportunities to learn the business of clean technology. This HIA-LI Executive Breakfast’s focus on Clean Technology is another of many indications of the HIA-LI’s dedication to this cause.
QUOTE: “By encouraging and supporting business development and expansion in clean technology, HIA-LI is promoting energy awareness and efficiency to Long Island businesses using the Hauppauge Industrial Park as a pilot site. We also have sponsored or created a series of events, awards and programs to support our green initiative. They include our “Go Green” education programs, the HIA Business of Clean Technology Scholarship Fund, and a Clean Tech Pavilion at the upcoming HIA Trade Show and Conference,” Terri Alessi-Miceli, President, HIA-LI
CONTACT: Terri Alessi–Miceli, President HIA 631-543-5355
MEDIA: Anne Strauss, Communication Strategy Group, 631-766-6810; firstname.lastname@example.org
HIA-LI (The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island) is a 32 year old not-for-profit business organization that represents the 1,600 companies and 55,000 employees in one of the largest industrial parks in the nation. With a membership of approximately 1,000 companies in Hauppauge and throughout Long Island, HIA-LI is recognized as a powerful economic development force in the region. HIA-LI provides services and programs focusing on international trade, human resources, business development, government affairs, manufacturing, technology, environment, education, engineering, transportation, energy and much more. For more information, visit https://www.hia-li.org.