1. Green Energy Revolution with Bob Harris

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    A lecture by Bob Harris http://communitysustainable.org.uk concerning the practical application of green energy sources.

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    • Clean Tech Investing in 2015 - Novel Ways to Fund Your Start-up - MIT Club of Northern California

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      Many traditional early stage investors have de-emphasized clean tech or pulled out altogether, so where can you go to fund your new company? Many traditional venture investors are still participating in this sector, although they tend to be smaller and more focused. But there are many others. Have you considered private equity, corporate venture funds, federal or state grants, international venture investors, prizes or family offices? Come hear about these less well-known new funding sources and get advice from the experts. Jeff Byron, Band of Angels Kacy Gerst, ARPA - E Scott Jacobs, EFW Partners Mark Pacelle, Philips Oliver Janssen, MVP Renewables Bruce Bauer, Global BSN Mark Perutz, DBL Ventures Moderator: Eric Wesoff, Greentech Media

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      • TESLA-The Hero of the 22nd Century.mov

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        Join us at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/teslarelease/

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        • HED: Net Metering Sept. 9, 2013

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          A special open forum on the topic of Net Metering hosted by the Hardwick Electric Department's board of directors at Hazen Union cafeteria.

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          • Cost and Technology Projections for Solar and Wind

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            For those who were unable to attend the National Summit on RPS in early November of 2013, we have repeated two well-received presentations from the Summit. David Feldman of the National Renewable Energy Lab provided an update on the solar industry, including current and likely future trends related to global PV demand, production capacity, costs, system designs, and market penetration. Ryan Wiser of Lawrence Berkeley National Lab discussed past and future wind energy cost, performance, and pricing trends. This webinar originally aired on December 17, 2013. Slides from this webinar are available as a pdf here: http://www.cesa.org/assets/Uploads/RPS-Webinar-Presentation-Cost-and-Technology-Projections-for-Solar-and-Wind.pdf

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            • Solar and Hydro Power in Alaska - BCEA 2011

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              Alaska Breakout Sessions: Solar and Hydro Power From the Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP)'s 2011 Business of Clean Energy in Alaska Conference Friday, April 29th, 2011 Moderator: Denali Daniels, Sr. Energy Program Manager, Denali Commission Panel: Doug Ott, Hydropower Program Manager, Alaska Energy Authority Clay Koplin, CEO, Cordova Electric Association Rich Stromberg, Solar Program Manager, Alaska Energy Authority Rich Seifert, Energy and Housing Specialist, University of Alaska Fairbanks

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              • USJI Seminar "Two Paradoxes in Science and Economic Growth–Are We Heading in the Right Direction?"

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                People tend to think of innovation in research as being for the sake of economic growth or a more convenient life. This way of thinking, however, could be extremely detrimental for the future of the human race. This presentation will describe two dangerous paradoxes in current education and research, and suggest a possible approach to remedy the situation.

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                • Fuels Paradise: A Conversation on Nuclear and Renewable Energy Technologies

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                  In the wake of the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico—arguably America's worst environmental disaster—does nuclear power look any more appealing than it did after the Three Mile Island accident in 1979? Or are wind- and solar-power America's safest energy alternatives to fossil fuel? Michael Corradini, chair of Engineering Physics and the Wisconsin Distinguished Professor of Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics at UW-Madison, and Jane Davidson, chair in Renewable Energy and director of the Solar Energy Laboratory at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, discuss how the science surrounding these technologies developed over the last several decades, and what science tells us about the pros and cons of these energy systems. Recorded on October 7, 2010, at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art Lecture Hall.

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                  • 2013 Solar Industry Job Census Results

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                    Learn more and download slides at: http://www.eesi.org/021114solarjobs Tuesday, February 11, 2014——The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) held a briefing on The Solar Foundation's National Solar Jobs Census 2013, which found record growth in the U.S. solar industry. The Census, which is based on over 75,000 phone calls and emails to solar industry employers, determined that the solar industry grew at ten times the national average last year, creating 24,000 new jobs. Survey respondents cited declining equipment costs as the primary driver behind the industry's remarkable growth and were optimistic about creating new jobs in 2014. Since the start of the annual Census in 2010, U.S. solar industry employment has increased 53 percent and now employs more than 142,000 Americans. Andrea Luecke, President and Executive Director, The Solar Foundation Download Andrea Luecke's slides: http://files.eesi.org/021114_Luecke.pdf Amit Ronen, Director, GW Solar Institute; Professor, GWU Trachtenberg School of Public Policy Download Amit Ronen's slides: http://files.eesi.org/021114_Ronen.pdf Bob Powell, President, SunEdison North America Download Bob Powell's slides: http://files.eesi.org/021114_Powell.pdf Jason Walsh, Senior Advisor, Energy Department's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Download Jason Walsh's slides: http://files.eesi.org/021114_Walsh.pdf

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                    • The 2015 Budget: Impacts on Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy

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                      Learn more and download slides at: http://www.eesi.org/032814budget Friday, March 28, 2014——The Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI) -- in partnership with the House Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Caucus -- held a briefing on the energy efficiency and renewable energy implications of the fiscal year (FY) 2015 budget proposal released by President Obama on March 4. Speakers: Ashley Johnson, Office of Rep. Dave Reichert (R-WA) Jason Walsh, Senior Advisor, Dept. of Energy Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Download Jason Walsh's slides: http://files.eesi.org/JasonWalsh03281... Fred Sissine, Energy Policy Specialist, Congressional Research Service (CRS) Download Fred Sissine's slides: http://files.eesi.org/FredSissine0328... Scott Sklar, Chair, Steering Committee, Sustainable Energy Coalition; President, Stella Group, Ltd. Download Scott Sklar's slides: http://files.eesi.org/ScottSklar03281... The $3.9 trillion budget proposal reflects the Administration's "all of the above" energy strategy as well as its focus on climate change, following the unveiling of the President's Climate Action Plan in June 2013. Speakers from the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Congressional Research Service (CRS) gave an overview of the budget requests for various clean energy programs, explained budget priorities, and provided context on how these priorities and trends compared to prior years. The proposed 2015 budget increases the Department of Energy's (DOE) funding by 2.6 percent over 2014 enacted levels, but reduces the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) by 3.8 percent. The President's budget includes a $1 billion Climate Fund and a $56 billion infrastructure package that the Administration says would be used to "help our communities prepare for the effects of climate change." Related initiatives seek to make the electricity grid more resilient, not only to disasters but to attacks as well. Also of note is a requested increase of 26 percent over 2014 appropriations for the Department of Transportation. The increase is intended to go some ways to address the $86 billion maintenance backlog and help fund more energy efficient modes of transportation. The President's budget also calls for the elimination of fossil fuel subsidies, while proposing to make tax credits for renewable energy production permanent.

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