Southern California Edison Plans Information Session About Their Cloud Seeding Projects
With Southern California caught in the grips of a multi-decade drought, researchers and businesses are eagerly looking for solutions to bring more rain to arid communities. Southern California Edison is planning to bring the controversial issue of cloud seeding to the table for discussion at EngEx 2010, the leading conference for the energy and water industries taking place in San Diego in July.
"Our conference is a great place to discuss this very important, yet complex, environmental strategy," said Kausain Shaikh, Founder of EngEx 2010. "We have the perfect platform to be able to examine the issue from many different angles, including the scientific research, business angle and the governmental response side."
Brian McGurty of Southern California Edison (SCE) will discuss the topic of cloud seeding and the company's long history and experience in the science. Recently made popular by the Chinese at the Beijing Olympics, SCE actually has the oldest program in the world and has advanced technology that uniquely seeds clouds from both the ground and the air.
"The presentation will be a unique opportunity to learn more about the operational aspects of the program and its future," Shaikh said. "SCE is definitely a leader in this cutting edge technology."
EngEx conference & exhibition creates opportunities by uniting 39 fields of engineering for collaboration, integration and to exhibit innovation. The goal of EngEx is to bring engineers, business leaders, government agencies, students, professors, and researchers together to collaborate about practical solutions that address today's energy, water, and infrastructure concerns and to help revive the economy. The event will take place from July 29 to 31 at the San Diego Convention Center.
The event is scaled for 10,000 attendees, 100 exhibitors and more than 39 different engineering fields will be represented at EngEx 2010. It is almost a sure bet that thousands of business development ideas and networking opportunities will evolve from the event.
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SOURCE: EngEx 2010