Silver Spring, MD, April 18, 2011 - Join Competitive Power Ventures, Inc. (CPV) CEO Doug Egan as he participates in a debate about the Future of Coal Generation on Thursday, April 21, 2011 from 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m. EDT. Energybiz Insider Leadership Series will host this opportunity by way of a free webinar.
Doug will discuss how natural gas-powered generation is expected to have the largest growth of all the fuel types over the next decade and how replacement of generation from coal-fired facilities with generation from natural-gas fired facilities has accelerated over the past decade. Egan will be discussing how companies like CPV can help the Midwest make the transition from legacy coal to natural gas.
Others on the panel include: Kenneth Green of the American Enterprise Institute and Mark Griffith from Black & Veatch's Power Market Analysis Practice. Ken Silverstein, editor-in-chief of EnergyBiz Insider will moderate.
CPV believes that energy companies can be agents of change for a cleaner world and a healthier economy. The company has embarked on an aggressive development program over the past decade to build clean, natural gas-powered generation facilities; both combined-cycle and peaking units. In addition, CPV has a wind power development portfolio of nearly 5,000 MW.
CPV views the deployment of these cutting-edge technologies as the bridges to our clean energy future in regions across the U.S. and Canada. In creating these projects, CPV balances the demands of system reliability, project economics and close working relationships with our project neighbors. CPV does not shy away from markets with rigorous permitting and operational criteria - frequently the markets with the greatest need for efficient, reliable state-of-the-art capacity.
To sign up for this complimentary and informative discussion please visit: www.energycentral.com/events
For more information about our projects and CPV please go to www.cpv.com.
CPV: Energizing North America's Future
About Competitive Power Ventures
Competitive Power Ventures, LLC (CPV) is dedicated to increasing North America's sustainability; both economically and environmentally. Using domestically available energy sources, like wind and natural gas, and partnering with host communities to support their tax base and school districts, CPV works to stabilize and improve local and state economies. CPV's corporate mission is built around a belief that progressive companies can be powerful agents of change for a better world and a cleaner environment. To this end, we have focused our core activities around developing and operating energy facilities that can make a significant difference in improving the environments and economic circumstances of the regions in which they are located.