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Is it possible to create a "Harmonious Society" in which there is a balance between the economy, society, and the environment? If so, what options do we have? How much regulation is actually needed? Can we successfully reduce emissions; insure the safety of workers and of the community? What measures can we take to minimize the amount of waste produced, energy consumed and better manage our most precious resources, land and water? Is there a way to create a social value with workers, the community and shareholders?
In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to expert, Michael Gilbert to discuss the sustainability of cleantech. Bio: Michael H. Gilbert has over 20 years experience in Cleantech, Sustainability, and Energy Strategy. As an Independent Strategy and Business Consultant, he provides strategic advice and analysis on sustainability issues to corporations and investors. This includes companies in the following areas: algae bio-feedstock commercialization, concentrating solar power, carbon capture and air filtration, tidal energy, biomass to fuel, energy, power, biofuels, green buildings, waste management and recycling.
Mr. Gilbert worked as Vice President, Strategy and Business Development for Global Green Solutions, Inc. from 2007-2009. Prior to his tenure with Global Green Solutions, Inc., Mr. Gilbert worked for Pitney Bowes, Inc. as theManager for Futures Strategy, Corporate Strategy Department from 2005-2007 and as the Manager for Energy, Environment Health & Safety from 1998-2005. He worked for the US Environmental Protection Agency as a Manager for International Environmental Technical Assistance and as Project Manager for Hazardous Waste Remediation (Superfund).He is a licensed professional engineer (PE) and certified energy manager (CEM). Mr. Gilbert has an MBA from the University of Connecticut and an MS, Environmental Engineering from Cornell University.
Cleantech investments are on the rise globally. 2010 figures are exceeding 2009 figures, according to the CleanTech Group. But how does Africa figure in this picture? Kyle Denning of Sustainable Energy Solutions says the Cleantech sector is poised for growth in Africa once a few projects prove viable. Cary Lee Peterson of Ecco2 is convinced that their project in Nigeria is one of those key projects that will open the watershed for cleantech projects on the continent. Both Peterson and Dennin
It has almost been a year since Superstorm Sandy devastated the New York area. Now more than ever, energy has become a key focal point as well as the need for education and solutions that make sense. On today’s show, David Winchester, the Chief Learning Officer of CleanTech Rocks, LLC is going to talk about the upcoming Hauppauge Industrial Association-LI’s 5 Annual Energy & Environmental Conference on Friday, October 25, 2013 at Stony Brook University.
The event will focus on three areas:
to Educate and Inform Long Island Businesses About the LIPA and PSE&G Energy Transition, Introduce Student Power and CleanTech Program and allow attendees to interact, network and learn from each other. Tune in to this special segment of the Clean Energy View, as host, June Stoyer talks to David Winchester, Chief Learning Officer of Clean Tech Rocks, LLC. to discuss the upcoming event. To learn more, please visit HIA-LI.org or www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.
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In The 1st Hour:
Conversations w/Andrew Williams Jr. - Covering the recent African Union meetings in NY & upcoming Plan of Action then talk about the upcoming cleantech expo in Los Angeles - - In The 2nd Hour: The Money, The Jobs & Opportunities w/Catherine Francis - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwOJB0ltWks - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNCLZUsw67s
Wednesday, April 24, 6pm EDT:The Advanced Energy Conference will be at the Jacob Javitz Center in NYC on April 30-May 1. Today's Advanced Energy Roundtable with feature the following guests: David Winchester of Clean-Tech Rocks and Pat Malone. David Winchester is the founder and Chief Learning Officer of CleanTech Rocks, a company with the mission to stimulate the development and success of clean-tech companies and professionals. CleanTech Rocks focuses on developing innovative business and learning programs across all sectors of clean technology to provide companies and individuals with a competitive advantage. David has developed and directed the CleanTech Quickstart program to rapidly transition experienced “professionals in transition”, entrepreneurs, students and executives into the CleanTech sector. Pat is the Executive Director of The Center for Corporate Education and Training and the Advanced Energy Institute in the Office of the Vice President for Economic Development at Stony Brook University.
Pat launched the Advanced Energy Training Institute as a resource for offering recognized credentials in a greening economy. Under her direction the institute was a core research partner in the federally funded green jobs study which assessed emerging, existing and transforming jobs in the clean-tech sector. Go to http://www.aertc.org for more information.
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Join me for this episode to learn about the legal considerations as an entrepreneur and/or startup.
Gal is a Practitioner of Foreign Law and brings to Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC) his experience as a global Corporate lawyer focusing on technology companies. Beginning his legal career in Israel, Gal moved his practice to FMC’s cross-border platform in 2010. He represents individual investors and venture capital funds investing in high growth emerging companies, and acts for investors forming technology investment funds. Fluent in four languages, Gal has experience in media, cleantech and life sciences technology transactions in various jurisdictions, including Canada, US, China, Europe and the Middle East. Gal is a legal adviser for entrepreneurs, angel investors, venture capital funds and purchasers of new technologies. His areas of industry are consumer web and mobile, data analytics, SaaS, medical devices, drug delivery, energy efficiency and green chemistry.
Gal's Twitter handle @FMC_Technology
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Ben Taube is the President of BLT Sustainable Energy, Inc. Ben has many years of working with the public and private sector at the local, state, and federal levels. Ben has spent many years of his career working across the globe on behalf of many cleantech companies. Ben Taube also serves as a Senior Vice President for Evaporcool LLC, partner of Consensus Energy, and the current Executive Director as well as a Senior Strategic Advisor of the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) which is a
Is it possible to create a "Harmonious Society" in which there is a balance between the economy, society, and the environment? If so, what options do we have? How much regulation is actually needed? Can we successfully reduce emissions; insure the safety of workers and of the community? What measures can we take to minimize the amount of waste produced, energy consumed and better manage our most precious resources, land and water? Is there a way to create a social value with workers,
Bruce Wright, President
Arizona Center for Innovation (AzCI), the University of Arizona, and the Office of University Research Parks
To begin with, Bruce is a thought leader, a visionary, a man of action AND a communitarian! (Don't you love that?) He helped create AzCI, a high technology business incubator that helps entrepreneurs turn their innovative ideas into successful ventures. Bruce's research interests include regional economic development, international trade and business development, and technology development and commercialization. In addition to his role as President of AzCI, Bruce also serves as an adjunct instructor in the UA Department of Geography and Regional Development. I very much look forward to learning more about AzCI's successes and plans for the future. This show sponsored by The University of Arizona.
Each year the US government spends billions of dollars to promote old energy technologies as well as new, unproven and even risky ones. Many of these technologies are destructive to public health and to the environment. However, billions of taxpayer dollars could be saved by cutting subsidies to them. Yet, we continue to ask taxpayers to subsidize these technologies of the past or to ante up money for new harmful technologies is fiscally and environmentally reckless. The government has been do
Human beings have harnessed solar energy since ancient times using a range of ever-evolving technologies. Solar energy technologies include solar heating, solar photovoltaics, solar thermal electricity and solar architecture, which can make considerable contributions to solving some of the most urgent problems the world now faces. Although it is one of the cleanest methods of energy, there have been a myriad of problems with solar tech. Is solar merely a lost cause or is there a lucrative future ahead? Israeli solar expert, Arik Ring thinks so! In fact, there are some emerging solar technologies that are booming! In this segment of The Clean Energy View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to solar energy expert, Arik Ring about Solar Energy’s Past, Present & Future. Stay tuned!
Seasoned energy expert Arik Ring M.Sc. is a solar and cleantech consultant based in Israel and is currently teaching courses on solar energy. His areas of expertise include: developing solar and clean-tech systems, creative solutions, choosing the best technologies for a site or for investment, joint ventures, feasibility studies etc. He also consults on various solar technologies CSP, PV, CPV. Arik has a wide view on a variety of energy issues and is recognized as a leading expert with exceptional contribution to developing cutting edge solar technologies and initiating solar with biofuels programs. Arik volunteers at Non Profit Organizations promoting environmental, education and wellness issues. Arik is a highly sought after speaker and chair in various conferences and has been interviewed by TV, Radio, Press and Websites, with many published scientific and popular papers.
Brad Beauchamp, CleanTech Western Regional Fleet Manager at Roush Industries, reports live from Western Riverside's "13th Advancing the Choice Alt Fuels Expo." The Advancing the Choice Expo is one of the largest events in the Inland region that provides real solutions for people to live better, healthier lives with less impact on the environment. Regional leaders and others have the opportunity to learn more about alternative fuel technologies and vehicles being used successfull
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