[Greenbuilding] Energypath 2014

Erin Rasmussen erin at trmiles.com
Wed Apr 30 10:30:11 MDT 2014

Hello list members, I've asked this conference  to remove the Greenbuilding
list from their email list.  Please follow up with the conference organizers
if you are interested in learning more about this particular conference.  


For the record:  letting fellow list members know about activities and
events that may be of interest to them is ok.  In fact, sending out "calls
for speakers" or speaker proposals is fine too.  I know we've got some great
experts that are active participants in our community.  However, I think
it's a good idea to keep our email list off of other distribution lists.
Additionally we've got a great international group of particpants,
activities that are specific to a particular region may annoy members from
other parts of the world. 


Let me know if you'd like to change any of the above policies. I'm trying to
tread the path between what's required under international anti-spam law and
what you may be interested in as a group.

Kind regards,

Erin Rasmussen

erin at trmiles.com 


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On Behalf Of Alexander Burdine
Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 10:25 AM
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Subject: [Greenbuilding] Energypath 2014


Registration Now Open for Energypath 2014!

Energypath is the Mid-Atlantic region's largest sustainable energy event
attracting industry professionals, policymakers and academia throughout the
region and across the United States. The goal of Energypath is to increase
the knowledge of and passion for sustainable energy in the leaders of today
and tomorrow. This year's conference will focus on "Convergence" - how the
interaction between energy producing, conversion, and management
technologies is changing the energy industry and can provide safe,
affordable, reliable and sustainable energy. 


The week-long event will be held at prestigious Albright College in Reading,
PA. Previous years have included Villanova, DeSales and Lafayette. Visit
m_campaign=AlexListServs> www.energypath2014.org to register today!


About Energypath

For the past five years, Sustainable Energy Fund has been hosting the
Energypath Conference. During that time, we have grown to over 600
attendees, including 200 college students and educators from 60+
universities throughout the US, as well as industry professionals, subject
specialists, high school and middle school science fair students, and even
dislocated workers looking for training and employment opportunities.


m_campaign=AlexListServs> www.energypath2014.org to register today!


Alexander Burdine
Marketing Manager
Sustainable Energy Fund 

1005 Brookside Rd Ste 210
Allentown,PA 18106
Telephone (610) 264-4440


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