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Virtual Energy Forum

The world’s largest online energy conference, the Virtual Energy Forum, is happening today and tomorrow at VirtualEnergyForum.com.

Anyone can register and take advantage of the Virtual Energy Forum’s very cool platform to learn about a variety of sustainable energy topics, from the energy bill currently before Congress to building a smart grid to the challenges of climate change.

Speakers include bigwigs from a bunch of companies, including IBM and Microsoft, plus political leaders (a governor, a senator and a congressman) and some of the leading minds in clean energy (reps from the DOE, EPA, FERC, Harvard, and the Clinton Foundation).

The interface is a virtual exhibition hall, and you can visit different “rooms” to learn about all the topics. You can even submit questions and have them answered in real time. It’s one of the best ways to educate yourself about what’s going on in clean energy today, so check it out.

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  1. Anonymous Anonymous Says:

    Low quality website with a time limit. Not worth the time to register. They have had this same stale video clip from CNN on this event for more than 2 years now. Stale stale stale content and poor delivery.

  2. Anonymous Anonymous Says:

    Low quality website with a time limit. Not worth the time to register. They have had this same stale video clip from CNN on this event for more than 2 years now. Stale stale stale content and poor delivery.

  3. Anonymous investedinterest Says:

    I just heard about an awesome new corporate social responsibility company called Invested Interests that does socially responsible investing and gives individuals the ability to screen their investments. So if you own any mutual fund you can see what percentage of your money is supporting companies that are harming the environment. They have an ad-based model so it's all free.