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CES: Sustainable Planet Exhibit Bigger In ’10

Arlington, Va. – The Sustainable Planet CE Spotlight,
an exhibit area set for the 2010 International CES, will increase by more than
40 percent vs. the 2009 show.

The Sustainable Planet CE Spotlight features technologies and
services that benefit the environment, utilize new forms of energy and
contribute to a sustainable lifestyle, according to the Consumer Electronics
Association (CEA), producer of the show, which will take place in Las Vegas Jan. 7-10, 2010.

Located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas
Convention Center,
Sustainable Planet will feature more than 30 exhibitors focused on product
advancements in green building, sustainable packaging, automotive, wireless and
alternative energy technologies across 5,500 net square feet of exhibit space.

“Green technology is a huge business opportunity in 2010, and
green tech companies know the International CES is the largest global platform
for launching their innovative new products,” said Karen Chupka, events and
conferences senior VP, CEA. “Due to growing customer demand across the green
spectrum, we’ve nearly doubled the space for the Sustainable Planet at the 2010
CES. This exciting exhibit area will showcase cutting-edge technologies that
will change the world – benefiting the environment, renewing resources and
bringing new forms of sustainable energy to developing areas around the globe.”

Companies exhibiting in the Sustainable Planet at the 2010
International CES include American Express Open, Bits, Electronics Recycling
Coordination Clearinghouse, Embertec Power Savings Technologies, Goal 0,
Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies, Meadwestvaco, Miniwiz, PowerGenix, Sean Energy
and Solio.

Also featured as part of the Sustainable Planet at the 2010 CES
will be the Greener Gadgets Display, which will highlight pioneering
technologies from the annual Greener Gadgets Design Competition, produced by
CEA. Sustainable Planet exhibitors also will demonstrate products at regular
intervals on the showcase’s stage.

Registration for the 2010 International CES is now open. For more
information on the 2010 CES visit