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Something seems to be afoot following the upcoming Summit of the Americas:

Washington, DC,-- Caribbean Central American Action's (CCAA) 2nd Annual Central American Energy Supply Security Forum will feature sessions focusing on "Creating Energy Partnerships for Sustainable Supply."  The forum will take place at the Real InterContinental Hotel in Guatemala City, Guatemala, on May 6-7, 2009.

This 2nd Annual Central American Energy Supply Forum will address how the global situation has affected the investment and policy environment in the region. Forum sessions will bring together energy sector executives, regional private sector leaders, government officials, investors and academics to highlight current and future regional and hemispheric energy partnerships between governments, the private sector and non-governmental institutions. Discussants will also seek to examine Central American fossil fuel use; the future of regional electricity interconnection projects in the face of disparate national agendas and volatile costs; regional conservation policies and campaigns as countries work towards the Central America Integration System's (SICA) Sustainable Energy Strategy of 2020; and the opportunity for a U.S.-led hemispheric energy partnership.

Confirmed sponsors for the forum include Chevron and Exxon Mobil.  CCAA is also pleased to announce the American Chamber of Commerce of Guatemala as a key collaborating organization.

To register and get access to the agenda for the 2nd Annual Central American Energy Supply Forum, please click here. For sponsorship opportunities package, please click here.  We also encourage you to visit our website www.c-caa.org for updates or to call 202-466-7464 ext. 24.

"Beware of the man who does not talk, and the dog that does not bark." Cheyenne
by maracatu on Wed Mar 11th, 2009 at 07:35:42 AM EST
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