Summit will discuss Kern County's leadership position in the energy industry
The Kern Economic Development Corporation will present the Kern County Energy Summit at DoubleTree by Hilton, 3100 Camino Del Rio Court in Bakersfield on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
The keynote speaker will be Dr. Scott Tinker, Director of Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas in Austin, who will present “What Kern County Can Teach the World About Energy.
Kern Economic Development Corporation is bring Kern County Energy Summit to Kern County for eleventh consecutive year.
The Summit will discuss Kern County's leadership position in the energy industry. Attendees will learn how they can profit from the latest resources, tools, and information essential to maximize growth and improve profits, while reducing their environmental impact, as well as current energy trends, technology and economic impact.
Tickets for the event cost $100 each and include breakfast and break snacks.
Registration is now available on the event website: www.kcenergysummit.com.
Please note that there are no physical tickets for this event. "Advancements in technology presented at the event are tremendous. Each year the Energy Summit grows in depth and breadth of information covered, number of attendees and media attention."- Richard Chapman, Kern EDC President & CEO.
Kern Economic Development Corporation (Kern EDC) is a membership based private non-profit, established in 1988.
Kern EDC’s mission is to stimulate a diversified and strong economic climate in Kern County, through recruitment of new business opportunities and assistance in the retention and expansion of existing businesses.
Kern EDC partners with other industry supporters every November to explore current challenges and opportunities facing the petroleum, utility, and renewable energy industries.