Last Chance to Register for Kansas Energy Conference

Last Chance to Register for Kansas Energy Conference

Deadline to register is Sept. 29 for Oct. 4-5 event that will focus on latest developments in the renewable energy industry.

Registration for the Kansas Department of Commerce's annual Kansas Energy Conference ends on Sept. 29. The conference is set for Oct. 4-5 in Wichita.

The Kansas Energy Conference highlights the latest developments in the renewable energy industry. The day-and-half conference will feature three general sessions and several breakout sessions.

During the breakout sessions, participants will break into groups to focus on different areas of the various sectors of the energy industry, including the community/small wind industry, biomass/biofuels, solar, wind farm development and transportation.

Gov. Sam Brownback will open the conference. The first day will also feature a reception and exhibit that will be open from 5 to 7 p.m.

The conference will being at 11:30 a.m. on Oct. 4 and run through 5 p.m. On Oct. 5, the program will open at 8 a.m. and close Oct. 5. All sessions will be held at the Century II Performing Arts and Convention Center, 225 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kan. 67202.

A complete itinerary and online registration is available through the Kansas Energy Conference web page at KansasCommerce.com/EnergyConference. Registration ends on Sept. 29.

Exhibit space also is available for businesses or organizations that would like to participate.

An online application form is available through the Energy Conference web page. For more information contact the Commerce Department's Tricia Kensinger-Rice at (785) 296-0650 or [email protected].

The room block at the Hyatt Regency Wichita has been filled. Additional rooms are available at the Drury Plaza Hotel Broadview, 400 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita, Kan. 67202. Call (800) 262-5000 for reservations and reference Group No. 2128412 to receive the conference rate of $99 per night plus tax.

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