CanAm Wind Energy Initiative Aims to Capitalize on New Energy Opportunities
CanAm Wind Energy was formalized through a memorandum of understanding between the partnering agencies. The MOU spells out how the three groups will work with government leaders, businesses, universities, and other not-for-profit economic development groups to ensure a united approach to attracting the wind industry. The effort will include promoting the bi-national region, connecting businesses with resources in the bi-national region, and leading appropriate initiatives to increase resources for new and established businesses.
CanAm Wind Energy makes its debut at the world's largest annual event for wind energy, the 2010 Wind Power Conference and Exhibition, which takes place from May 23-26 in Dallas, Texas.
"Renewable energy is one of the few industry sectors that continue to show progress and potential for growth in the current economic climate," said BNE President & CEO Thomas A. Kucharski. As a result, it is also currently one of the most competitive sectors for business attraction, particularly in wind. This partnership will enhance the prospects for success for all three regions, as site selectors and companies in this highly sought-after business look at much larger geographic regions for investment."
"The partnership combines the rich industrial assets, skilled work force, advanced technologies, and strategic locations of our three regions, " said NEDC Canada Chief Executive Officer Patrick Gedge. "We will be able to leverage these assets to serve the North American wind energy markets."
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