It seems to Greenbang that holding an energy-saving conference in Las Vegas is quite a funny thing to do. But if you are going to hold a global conference, why not do it in front of some show girls. You just get much more out of your meetings than you would with video conferencing.
Energy Camp is a meet-up dedicated to the reduction of information technology’s global carbon footprint. And what’s more, it’s run by our mate James Governor at GreenMonk – the man of a million brilliant quotes. Always good when you’re stuck on deadline.
The event will be held on April 28, 2008 in the Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Convention Center (Level 3).
“Whether you’re an end user of technology, an IT professional, a vendor of hardware, software or infrastructure solutions, or an industry observer with an interest in technology’s energy consumption, Energy Camp is for you. Energy Camp is a collaborative forum where industry stakeholders will gather together to discuss the growing impact of today’s energy costs on IT’s bottom line, and the overarching importance of energy conservation and utilizing greener IT solutions and methods.”