National Clean Energy Summit 8.0: Powering Progress returns to Las Vegas Monday, August 24 at Mandalay Bay Resort Convention Center with a dynamic lineup of panel discussions and guest speakers including President Barack Obama as the esteemed keynote. Newly added guest speakers include Congresswoman Dina Titus, serving the First Congressional District of Nevada, Jim Hughes, […]
The market for unmanned aerial systems (UAS) in the United States could top $11.4 billion by 2022 — and technology entrepreneurs in Northern Nevada are well positioned to capture a significant share of that business. The problem? The Federal Aviation Administration, which generated the $11.4 billion estimate, acknowledges that the size of the UAS market depends in large measure on the regulations and legal structures that grow up around the industry. Those structures currently are, to put it mildly, in a state of uncertainty.
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The eighth annual National Clean Energy Summit will bring together clean energy visionaries and leaders, public officials, business executives, energy policy experts, entrepreneurs, investors, citizens, and students, to discuss empowering Americans to develop our massive clean energy supplies, secure greater energy independence, and create jobs. The National Clean Energy Summit is known for influential speakers addressing critically important subjects. When you listen to a keynote speaker or watch a panel at the Summit, you know you’re getting a preview of the clean energy issues that will be playing out across the country over the coming years.
NCET’s special 90-minute July luncheon will provide an overview of the legal and regulatory issues facing our the new UAS sector. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) promise to be the most significant transportation breakthrough since the jet engine. Join Warren Rapp, Business Development Director of UNR’s NAASIC and our other panelists as they explore the legal and regulatory issues that affect this burgeoning industry.
NCET’s special 90-minute June luncheon will provide an introduction to many of the business opportunities created by the new UAS sector. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) promise to be the most significant transportation breakthrough since the jet engine. (Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are also called unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or “drones.”) The UAS industry is likely […]