Global Conference 2011

In the wake of the Great Recession, new programs were put in place to make investing in green energy more attractive. Investment tax credits, outright grants, renewable fuel requirements, and solar mandates in states like New Jersey and Massachusetts have been designed to lure investment dollars into long-term projects. Are investors responding? If so, what are they doing? This roundtable will discuss where the money is going and where the best returns are likely to be found.


Joel Kurtzman

Senior Fellow; Executive Director, Center for a Sustainable Energy Future, Milken Institute


G. Chris Andersen

Founding Partner, G.C. Andersen Partners, LLC

Roger Conway

Senior Partner, Rosslyn Advisors LLC

Eugene Kandel

Head of the National Economic Council, Israeli Prime Minister's Office

Bjorn Lomborg

Adjunct Professor, Copenhagen Business School; Author, "Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist's Guide to Global Warming"

Rafi Musher

CEO, Stax Inc.

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