MIT Energy Conference 2010

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Don't miss your LAST CHANCE to submit to play MIT's 2010 Energy Conference on March 5th and 6th, 2010 in Cambridge, MA. One Sonicbids artist will be selected and compensated $500 for their performance. There will be approximately 1300 people at the conference throughout the evening./n/nA jazz quartet or other group able to provide multiple hours of background music is being sought for the MIT Energy Conference on March 5th, 2010 from 5-8pm. The selected group will be compensated $500 for their performance. The conference is being held at the Sheraton Boston Hotel at 30 Dalton Street in Boston, Massachusetts. This performance slot has been reserved for a Sonicbids artist member.

There will be no sound equipment provided, but the performance will take place in a large room. Attendees are free to come and go as they please, but there will be approximately 1300 people at the conference throughout the evening.

What is the MIT Energy Conference?

The MIT Energy Conference is an annual student-run conference that brings together leaders in the fields of technology, policy, industry, and finance to develop solutions for the the worldÂ’s most pressing energy challenges. Environmental and security concerns have created an opportunity for fundamental change in the way the world produces and consumes energy. The MIT Energy Conference will explore these opportunities and showcase promising technology and policy pathways that have the potential to make a significant impact on energy solutions across the global energy landscape.

The Conference will be held on the 5th and 6th of March, 2010: Friday, March 5th will feature several Workshops and the annual Conference Showcase, and Conference panels will be held on Saturday, March 6. This represents the fifth annual MIT Energy Conference, to be enjoyed in a larger venue that will enable considerable flexibility in the way that attendees can interact with the interdisciplinary body of experts that will be in attendance. The desired outcome is to build a joint vision of the future that will help remove roadblocks to implementation, develop collaborative solutions, and bring the energy community closer together.