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Upcoming Online Investor Conference "Investing in the Environment, Global Warming, Global Warning" Update

Online Conference Provides Investors Free Access to Trends and Opportunities in the Green Investment Sector With Ten Well-Known

POINT ROBERTS, WA and DELTA, BC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 03/06/07 --, and its global investor and industry Greentech portals, updates the growing list of speakers and participants for the upcoming March 21, 2007 online conference: "Investing in the Environment: Global Warming, Global Warning - Investing Today for Tomorrow's Future." The in-depth online conference will be available March 21st, 2007, starting at 9:00 am EDT and archived thereafter. The growing number of participants currently includes ten well-known industry experts and six "green" public companies, with several additional presenters pending.

Joining the growing list of presenting public companies is Ener1, Inc. (OTCBB: ENEI). Ener1, Inc. is an alternative energy technology company that is developing 1) lithium ion batteries for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV) at its 80.5% owned EnerDel subsidiary through corporate ventures and strategic partnerships with Delphi, ITOCHU and EnerStruct, 2) commercial fuel cell products through its EnerFuel subsidiary, and 3) nanotechnology-based materials and manufacturing processes for batteries and other applications at its NanoEner subsidiary.

"The quality of presentation we have started to pre-record from industry experts is impressive thus far and we feel this online conference will be a valuable research tool for investors following the sector. We have made the educational and informative conference available for free to investors that login and register at For the convenience of investors not able to access the forum March 21, it will be archived for several months," reports conference co-coordinator Ann-Marie Fleming.

A full list of Speakers is available at:

The online conference will include presentations (audio with power point slides or flash) from renewable, environmental, water, clean energy and technology experts providing in-depth perspectives on what is happening in the Greentech sector from venture capital, funds, indices and participating publicly traded companies.

Previously announced green publicly traded presenters include: Akeena Solar, Inc. (OTCBB: AKNS), ZAP (OTCBB: ZAAP), Rotoblock Corporation, WaterBank of America (USA) Inc. and International Barrier Technology Inc. (OTCBB: IBTGF).

Greentech Industry Speakers include: Jamie Wimberly, CEO of the Distributed Energy Financial Group (DEFG) LLC,, Robert Wilder, J.D., Ph.D., CEO & Founder of Wildershares, LLC,, William Brennan, President & Managing Partner of AquaTerra Asset Management LLC, and Senior Portfolio Manager of the Praetor Global Water Fund; Peter C. Fusaro, Chairman & Founder of Global Change Associates in New York,, Samuel F. Jones, President of All Season Financial Advisors; Estelle Lloyd, CEO of Venture Business Research,, J. Peter Lynch, an expert in the solar area; Thomas Kuh, KLD Research & Analytics, Inc.,, Walter V. Nasdeo, Director of Research/Head of Energy Technology, Ardour Capital Investments; and David H. Kurzman, Managing Partner of Kurzman CleanTech, L.P.,

To Find Out More About the Upcoming Greentech Online Investor and Industry Conference Visit:

About Our Green Investor Portals: ®, ®,, and are global investor and industry research portals that look at the renewable energy, water and greentech sectors. The portals do not make stock recommendations, but feature industry and stock news, exclusive articles and financial columnists, audio interviews, investor conferences, blogs, and a directory of stocks in the sector.

Additionally, the portals offer a service for Renewable and Greentech news and press release submission at: as well as research and article submission at:

Disclaimer: Our sites do not make recommendations, but offer information portals to research news, articles, stock lists and recent research. Nothing on our sites should be construed as an offer or solicitation to buy or sell products or securities. We attempt to research thoroughly, but we offer no guarantees as to the accuracy of information presented. All Information relating to featured companies is sourced from public documents and/ or the company and is not the opinion of our web sites. These sites are currently compensated by featured companies, news submissions and online advertising. ZAP (OTCBB: ZAAP) and Rotoblock Corporation each pay Two thousand five hundred per month equivalent in shares for one year commencing Nov 2006, discounted as a courtesy to previous sponsorship of the InvestorIdeas Greentech contest. International Barrier Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: IBTGF) currently pays three thousand per month and 100,000 options. WaterBank of America (USA) Inc. currently pays $10,000 monthly, $4,000 in cash per month and $6,000 in shares per month. Please read our Compensation Disclaimer.

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