• 00:50

    Water Week

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    My guest will be Tom Glendening from E3Think.  Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He has worked on major transportation-oriented developments in New York, London, Leipzig and other key markets.  Additionally, he has worked in the public sector with the NYC Department of City Planning, has developed facilities strategies for two Fortune 25 companies to enable the global roll-out of alternatively powered vehicles (fuel cell, electric), and captained a Harvard Alumni study on the revenues, risks and economic development potential of a NYC bikeshare program. 

  • 00:49

    Urban Innovation Revisited

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    My guest will be Tom Glendening from E3Think.  Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He has worked on major transportation-oriented developments in New York, London, Leipzig and other key markets.  Additionally, he has worked in the public sector with the NYC Department of City Planning, has developed facilities strategies for two Fortune 25 companies to enable the global roll-out of alternatively powered vehicles (fuel cell, electric), and captained a Harvard Alumni study on the revenues, risks and economic development potential of a NYC bikeshare program. 

  • 01:28

    The Business of Climate Change

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    Focused on the business opportunities surrounding climate change, my guests will be Ann Kayman of NYG Green Partners, LLC and Tom Glendening of E3Think.  

  • 01:33

    Be Smart: The Importance of Smart Systems

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    My guests will be Tom Glendening of E3Think, Scott Kolber of Roadify, and Holly Parker, from Yale University.
    Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He has worked on major transportation-oriented developments in New York, London, Leipzig and other key markets. 
    Scott is COO at Roadify, a platform for real-time mass transit data. Scott’s background is in marketing and business development focused on content and related technology. At Viacom, he marketed syndicated television series and developed an international satellite distribution strategy for MTV Networks. At Loral Space & Communications, Scott expanded the company's global satellite reach and services.
    Holly has been an advocate and manager of sustainable transportation programs for the past fifteen years.  Her current position, as director of Sustainable Transportation Systems at Yale University, focuses on the development, marketing and implementation of programs that allow and encourage the university community to use human-powered or high-occupancy modes of transportation. 

  • 00:57

    Take Me to the River: Ferries or Subways?

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    My guest will be Tom Glendening of E3Think. Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy.  In today's program, which is a continuation of our series on investment-grade, disruptive urban invention, we will be discussing water transportation.  A prerequisite to dramatic increases in water transportation are many land-based improvements (including last mile transportation solutions to the water’s edge).  So rather than discussing a specific disruptive water transportation innovation, we will focus on private sector ways to pay for very large improvements to the waterfront, not only to enable expanded water transportation, but also to finance improvements necessary to make cities more resilient to climate change.
     

  • 00:50

    Bikeshare Disrupted?

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    My guest will be Tom Glendening of E3Think and Ryan Rzepecki from Social Bicycles.
    Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He has worked on major transportation-oriented developments in New York, London, Leipzig and other key markets.  Tom has worked in the public sector with the NYC Department of City Planning, has developed facilities strategies for two Fortune 25 companies to enable the global roll-out of alternatively powered vehicles (fuel cell, electric), and captained a Harvard Alumni study on the revenues, risks and economic development potential of a NYC bikeshare program.  He has participated on a government-sponsored Chinese Energy Technology Trade Mission,  been invited to think tanks on cities at Harvard and most recently a forum on transportation at the White House.  Most notably, working with the Chamber, Con Ed, NYIT and many leading transportation concerns, created and managed the highly successful Transportation Transformation series.  His newest project is Inventropolis, which stands for invention metropolis.  He is a graduate of Harvard, Yale and the University of Virginia.
    Ryan, CEO of Social Bicycles, holds a B.S. in Marketing from Penn State University and a Masters in Urban Planning from Hunter College. The bicycle has been his primary mode of transportation for the last four years, and bicycle advocacy has been both his passion and profession. Prior to developing SoBi, Ryan worked for the NYC Department of Transportation in the bicycle program. At the DOT, he sited bike racks, edited the bike map, conducted field research on bike facilities, and organized cycling promotions.

  • 00:50

    Urban Innovation Revisited

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    My guest will be Tom Glendening from E3Think.  Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He has worked on major transportation-oriented developments in New York, London, Leipzig and other key markets.  Additionally, he has worked in the public sector with the NYC Department of City Planning, has developed facilities strategies for two Fortune 25 companies to enable the global roll-out of alternatively powered vehicles (fuel cell, electric), and captained a Harvard Alumni study on the revenues, risks and economic development potential of a NYC bikeshare program. 

  • 01:06

    EVs: Where Are You Joe Schumpeter?

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    My guests will be Tom Glendening of E3Think and Willem Houck of ParkPod.
    Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He has worked on major transportation-oriented developments in New York, London, Leipzig and other key markets.  Tom has worked in the public sector with the NYC Department of City Planning, has developed facilities strategies for two Fortune 25 companies to enable the global roll-out of alternatively powered vehicles (fuel cell, electric), and captained a Harvard Alumni study on the revenues, risks and economic development potential of a NYC bikeshare program. 
    Willem is an executive leader with international, general management, and business development expertise, both in corporate and start-up environments. As Senior VP and Head of Strategy and Business Development at Philips Electronics, Willem led the “One Philips” transformation from a product-driven to a customer-driven company and the first customer centric cross-divisional business unit. With a particular passion for energy saving technologies, Willem was an early leader of Philips’ activities in energy management. He joined the founders of ParkPod as president and COO. ParkPod is an Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure company that installed the first commercial level II charger in the US.

  • 00:51

    Bikeshare in New York City

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    My guest will be Tom Glendening of E3Think. Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He has worked on major transportation-oriented developments in New York, London, Leipzig and other key markets.  Tom has worked in the public sector with the NYC Department of City Planning, has developed facilities strategies for two Fortune 25 companies to enable the global roll-out of alternatively powered vehicles (fuel cell, electric), and captained a Harvard Alumni study on the revenues, risks and economic development potential of a NYC bikeshare program.  He has participated on a government-sponsored Chinese Energy Technology Trade Mission,  been invited to think tanks on cities at Harvard and most recently a forum on transportation at the White House.  Most notably, working with the Chamber, Con Ed, NYIT and many leading transportation concerns, created and managed the highly successful Transportation Transformation series.  His newest project is Inventropolis, which stands for invention metropolis.  He is a graduate of Harvard, Yale and the University of Virginia.

  • 00:52

    Clean Energy and Transportation

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    My guest will be Tom Glendening, the founder of Inventropolis, Tom specializes in cities, buildings, transit and energy. He has successfully created hundreds of millions in investment value from complicated assignments worldwide. He reclaimed property once confiscated by the Third Reich (Leipzig, Germany) and turned a disused retail center into a highly successful niche trade mart (London, UK), developed an urban alternative energy powerplant prototype (Shanghai, China) and a sustainable economic model for less developed areas. Tom has worked in the public sector with the NYC Department of City Planning, developed facilities strategies for two Fortune 25 companies to enable the global roll-out of alternatively powered vehicles (fuel cell, electric), and is on a team recently shortlisted for the NYC Bikeshare. He recently participated on a government-sponsored Chinese Energy Technology Trade Mission.  He is a graduate of Harvard, Yale and the University of Virginia. 

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