October 12, 2005
By: by Richard A. D'Errico - The Business Review
The state university's Albany NanoTech is hosting the fifth annual Tech Valley Energy Forum.
The forum, scheduled for Oct. 17, is titled "International Trade Opportunities for Energy Companies." John Riley and Joseph Mooney, both Citizen's Bank vice presidents, will examine issues and opportunities, foreign exchange and international trade services, respectively.
Albany NanoTech's Energy and Environmental Technology Application Center (E2TAC) in partnership with the U.S Department of Commerce and the state's Empire State Development Corp. is scheduling regular energy forums to introduce Tech Valley organizations to opportunities, issues and challenges in the Energy industry.
The forum is free. For more information, call Emily Riley 591-8020.
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