EngEx 2010 Brings Together Energy, Water, Transportation and Environmental Professionals in One Conference

EngEx is a unique conference and exhibition that will be held in San Diego California from July 29th – 31st, and will provide a forum where research endeavors and technical advances in the following subject matter are recognized: Energy, Water, Transportation, and the Environment.

Murrieta, CA, January 27, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Ground Breaking Meeting in San Diego Designed to Build Synergy Among Disciplines

San Diego will be the place to be this summer for an estimated 10,000 of the nation’s top professionals in the energy, water, transportation and environmental industries. EngEx 2010, taking place at the San Diego Convention Center from July 29 - 31, will make America’s Finest City home to some of the top technologists, researchers, policy makers, governmental agencies and investors all looking to collaborate together under one roof.

“We are looking forward to having a great conference that really creates some strong business and innovation opportunities for our nation’s future,” said Kris Ellis with EngEx 2010. “The plan is to evolve some big ideas into action from this conference.”

EngEx will be three days of innovation, creativity, business negotiation, planning, contract development and plenty of networking for some of the most talented individuals working on the next stage in the nation’s green movement. The conference will also provide keynote addresses by national green technology leaders, information on grant opportunities and a career and internship fair.

“There will be plenty of decision makers at this conference that will be able to develop and implement that next generation of green engineering businesses,” Ellis said. “Investors will really want to check out this conference to get some great business development collaboration ideas. In fact, more than thirty different disciplines of engineering will be represented at this ground-breaking conference.”

Among the topics planned for the conference are renewable energy; the electric grid; desalination; wastewater treatment; fuel infrastructure; sustainable planning; carbon storage and even carbon reuse technologies.

“EngEx 2010 will be a showcase of the latest research and development of green technologies,” Ellis said. “However it will also be an opportunity for corporations and government agencies to present their technologies, policies and strategies to a large public audience.”

Registration for EngEx 2010 begins on February 8; however advance registration is now available with special exclusive benefits. Among the special perks are a preferred notification the day registration goes on sale; discounted early bird pricing and an extra special hotel accommodation offer. To get on the advance registration list, please visit www.engexpo.com.

More than 250 exhibitors are also expected at the event and a limited amount of exhibit space is still available. To request more information about securing an exhibit space, please visit www.engexpo.com.

Media Contact:
Kate Hagen
EngEx 2010
Phone: 951-225-4566 x109

EngEx Inc
Kate Hagen
951.225.4566 x109