Export Opportunities in the Cleantech/Greentech Sector: Green Energy’s Future is Now for Indiana!

Date & Time
18 November 2021 -
12:00 pm

What is Cleantech/Greentech and how can I learn about export opportunities, developments and trends of the ‘green’ sector in foreign markets? Get the latest update from the Commerce Department’s Cleantech Office and hear from Indiana businesses CUMMINS and GO ELECTRIC on how Indiana is developing sustainable technology solutions in going GREEN. Indiana’s businesses are helping lead the way to a low-carbon and clean technology future impacting industries such as transportation, power, health care, agriculture, and civil infrastructure. Our final export event for 2021 is timely as we’ve scheduled this webinar to concur with the UN Global Conference on Climate Change – COP26, in Glasgow Scotland.
Gary L. Parker currently serves as the Engineering Program Director at Cummins-Electrified Power division. Mr. Parker serves in the Cummins-New Power unit that is a global leader in battery, fuel cell, hydrogen, and electrified power technologies. He has over 24 years of experience at Cummins beginning his career as a systems and integrations engineer, technical program manager for hybrid engines and electro mobility, and now serves as engineering program director at Cummins New Power, its newest operating unit.
Norm Campbell is a Federal Team Manager at Go Electric serving Federal Government, Military and Midwest Commercial Clients with battery enabled microgrid solutions and next generation of energy services. He has over 25 years of experience in the utility industry, automated metering systems, management as well as business development and project delivery for federal energy and energy efficiency projects.
Devin Horne is a Senior International Trade Specialist within the International Trade Administration’s Office of Energy & Environmental Industries, where he leads the agency’s efforts related to the U.S. Clean Tech Export Competitiveness Strategy. Devin also serves as the ITA lead for energy storage and hydrogen technologies and represents the Department in the Federal Consortium for Advanced Batteries, where he contributed to the development of the National Blueprint for Lithium Batteries.