En conjunto con Grupo Paso del Norte Presidentas de UTEP y NMSU presentan conferencia internacional de energía renovable.
A Washington, D.C., company's proposal to build a $200-million-plus test city somewhere in New Mexico and a proposal to put a renewable energy equipment certification center in El Paso are among several topics to be covered at two energy conferences in El Paso late this month.
LAS CRUCES - New Mexico State University President Barbara Couture, University of Texas at El Paso President Diana Natalicio and Britt Porter of the Paso del Norte Group will announce details of the first Re-Energize the Americas conference in a news conference at 10 a.m. Thursday at UTEP's College of Engineering.
Join the Paso del Norte Group, New Mexico State University (NMSU) and the University of Texas at El Paso as we launch our debut event, Re-Energize the Americas (RTA)!
Starting on October 26, Re-Energize the Americas plans to showcase the Paso del Norte Region tremendous strengths and help regional renewable energy businesses, organizations and networks access additional capital opportunities including joint-ventures and partnerships.
Exhibits will feature regional businesses employing the latest advances in clean technologies and consumption-reducing strategies. Examples include solar, wind, bio-diesel, landfill gas, water reuse, and municipal solid waste technologies.
In 2011, the RTA will be held in collaboration with the Border Energy Forum.
A report done for the Paso del Norte region by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) recommends action by the community to develop a collaborative process; link regional business, industry and educational stakeholders; strive for educational excellence, and foster an environment where entrepreneurs may flourish. This represents a key factor to create the wealth necessary for a sustainable and growing economy.
OECD recommendations and efforts by the Paso del Norte Group’s Education Committee led to a partnership with Manpower International for the development of a supply-and-demand labor analysis and forecast for the region.
Cooperation among the region’s educational institutions, the private sector and governments requires unique and often creative solutions. The talent is here; the roadmap is ready.
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