Energy 3.0: We’re Not Out of Gas Yet! The Future of Energy Generation
Date & Time
Start: Wed, May 15 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
670 Mission Canyon Road
S.B. Woman's Club-Rockwood
Energy drives our world and our economy and the majority of that energy comes from oil and gas. Even though wind turbines and solar panels are popping up in many places, it’s easy to assume that the transition from oil and gas to renewable energy is well on its way. But in fact it has barely begun.
Scaling up wind and solar to match the scale of today’s oil and gas industry is a huge undertaking. While it is recommended and commendable to support ‘green’ sources of energy that have the potential to help preserve the planet for future generations, it won’t be quick or easy. But we are making significant progress and buildings are becoming Net Positive producers of energy.
Join us to find out how we are making that change in the global energy demand.
– Corey Hoven, CTO, Next Energy Technologies
– Craig Christenson, President & CEO, Turbine Technology Partners
– Lawrence Scarpa, FAIA, Partner Brooks + Scarpa
– Doug Lynch, Managing Director, The LYNCH Group (Moderator)
Early-bird General (Save $10 online): $30
General (at door) : $40
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