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January 22, 2024

Tampa Marriott Water Street 505 Water Street, Tampa, FL

AAPA 2024 Powers Summit and Expo

This year, the American Association of Port Authorities will gather passionate industry leaders and professionals from around the globe to explore the dynamic intersection of energy, resilience, and sustainability within the port industry. Join us in Tampa as we embark on a transformative journey that merges sustainability and profitability to create a world where ports thrive amidst global challenges. Together, we can chart a course towards a brighter, more sustainable tomorrow.

This summit promises to be an exhilarating journey towards unlocking the boundless potential of ports as key drivers of sustainable economic growth. With the world's climate becoming increasingly unpredictable, we recognize the urgent need for resilient and eco-friendly port operations. By bringing together visionaries, policymakers, and industry experts, we aim to forge collaborative solutions that can propel the port industry forward into a future of sustainability and prosperity.

This program is powered by AAPA's Environment Committee.

Contact:

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(202) 792-4033

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