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Connecticut Energy Expo

Time: October 19, 2023 to October 21, 2023
Location: Connecticut Convention Center
City/Town: Hartford
Website or Map: http://www.goenergyexpo.com
Event Type: expo, and, conference
Organized By: Connecticut Power & Energy Society (CPES)
Latest Activity: Sep 25, 2023

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2023 Connecticut Energy Expo Will Showcase Energy Solutions

Connecticut Power and Energy Society’s first annual expo to showcase renewable energy and energy efficiency strategies for residents and businesses.

 

Hartford, CT (January 12, 2023) – The Connecticut Power and Energy Society (CPES) has partnered with Operation Fuel to host their first annual energy exposition October 19-21, 2023 at the Connecticut Convention Center to promote everyday energy efficiency through strategies and technologies accessible to residents and businesses in Connecticut.

 

The exposition, which is free for attendees, will feature interactive displays of technology ranging in design from traditional to cutting edge, such as renewable energy sources and innovative transportation vehicles. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about energy load reduction techniques as well as products and services that can decrease the costs associated with energy consumption.

 

The three-day event will take place at the Connecticut Convention Center and will host hundreds of exhibitors, plus an outdoor innovative vehicle showcase. Training, workshops and the CPES Fall Conference “The Future of Energy - What’s the Deal?” will bring together energy industry leaders and professionals to explore current and future energy innovations. The exposition will conclude on Saturday evening with a fundraising gala to benefit Operation Fuel.

 

More information about the Energy Expo visit www.goenergyexpo.com.

 

About the Connecticut Power & Energy Society
The Connecticut Power & Energy Society (CPES) is Connecticut’s leading association of energy professionals dedicated to generating information, sharing ideas, and educating Connecticut about energy. CPES works diligently to share the latest insightful and unbiased information about energy and provide a forum for collaboration and networking in the energy industry. www.ctpower.org

 

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