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Making It Here 2012: Manufacturing Our Energy Future

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WIRE-Net, an Ohio company that is partnering with CPA on our upcoming Ohio events, is pleased to present:

Making It Here 2012: Manufacturing Our Energy Future

Cleveland, OH  |  July 11 – 12, 2012

Energy Production has fast become one of the most important sectors driving the U.S. economy, but policy differences have left manufacturers unsure of the future.

If you want to learn about trends and opportunities in the advanced energy manufacturing economy, Making It Here 2012 is the one event you will not want to miss.

Join your manufacturing colleagues and policy experts for two days of stimulating dialogue and networking. Manufacturing Our Energy Future will highlight five key industries:


Conference highlights include:

  • 15 breakout sessions led by industry experts
  • Exhibit floor featuring industry suppliers and vendors
  • Plenary session focusing on national clean energy manufacturing policies
  • Networking opportunities to further build your supply chain

Who should attend?

Manufacturing Our Energy Future is designed for supply chain managers, OEMs, policy experts, public officials, economic development professionals, and advocates of building a strong U.S. advanced energy manufacturing sector

Why attend?

Rather than predict the future, come to Cleveland to shape it for your company…and your industry.
Register today at the early bird rate of $595 per person.


One Response to “Making It Here 2012: Manufacturing Our Energy Future”

  1. Aly says:

    Sounds like a great event and an important area of focus for manufacturers and engineers. For those of us that may not be able to make it to Cleveland – being a spring manufacturer here in Houston, myself – will yall be covering the highlights here?

    Anyhow, thanks for sharing! – Aly


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