SEUS-CP Invites Green Power Labs to Present at Its Annual Conference

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Every year Canadian provincial delegations and delegations from south eastern United States meet for a business-to-business conference to build linkages with key international leaders. The Southeastern United States – Canadian Provinces Alliance (SEUS-CP) meets this year in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. “I am so pleased to be representing Green Power Labs at this international business event. I am an “islander” – once an islander, always an islander- no matter how far you roam” said Marlene Moore, VP Marketing, Green Power Labs Inc. “We have attended previous events and look forward to sharing our business story and its successes” Moore added. “We have built a number of strategic relationships is south eastern United States and look forward to strengthening those ties and building new ones.”

Prince Edward Island is famous for its potatoes and Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables but it is also home to a thriving and innovative business community. Moore added “and it is a unique space with red sandy cliffs, pristine white beaches and green rolling hills.”

Green Power Labs is a leading predictive analytics company and an internationally recognized solar forecast expert. Using predictive analytics to forecast the sun’s immense capacity as a power generation resource and its passive heat impact on our living spaces is the niche in which the company has developed a world class reputation.

The Southeastern United States – Canadian Provinces Alliance (SEUS-CP) is a strategic partnership between states in the southeastern United States and member provinces from Canada. Member states include Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. Member provinces include Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island and Québec. The Alliance was established in November 2007 at the Montreal meeting. The alliance works to promote trade and investment opportunities between and among its member states and provinces.