Philipsburg:--- UTS lends its financial support to the Renewable Energy Caribbean Conference which is being held today at the Westin Dawn Beach Resort. UTS Marketing and Communications Officer, Ms. Ivy Lambert, presented conference organizer, Mr. Stanley Enyih with a financial contribution of ANG 1500, making the company a major contributor to the event. The theme of the conference will be 'Integrating The Renewables Sector' and will focus on the application of Green Energy in both a Residential setting as well as in a Commercial environment. Conference Coordinator and CEO of TransCaribbean Energy Control, Mr. Stanley Enyih thanked UTS for its contribution towards the new initiative and stressed the importance of alternative energy sources. "The cost of fossil fuels continues to rise and there are very viable alternatives which will save the consumer a substantial amount of money if applied correctly. In addition to that, one must of course also consider the positive impact this would have on the environment. We are inviting businesses and individuals to come out and familiarize themselves with the wide range of alternatives available." UTS Marketing and Communications Officer, Ivy Lambert stated: "We are happy to assist in bringing a conference like this to the business community and the general public as well. There is no registration fee, so attendance is absolutely free. We are excited to support an initiative that will help to bring green energy to the community and hopefully result in local investment in sustainable alternative to fossil fuels." Conference registration will be from at 8 am to 9 am, after which the conference will commence.