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June 1st, 2010
In April we hosted our first Clean Tech Kingpins event at the NEXUS Green Building Resource Center. The goal is to provide a place for young pros in the clean tech industry in Boston a chance to come together, re-charge, make sure we’re not all crazy, become friends and learn from today’s current experts.
Last month I posted video of Les Fritzemier speaking about the research and development work he is doing at Wakonda Technologies on solar thin film and the future of building integrated solar technologies.
Now, I’d like to share with you Paul Sellew’s presentation on the future of organic, waste to power solutions. Enjoy!
If you’re interested in watching all of the presentations right now, go to Clean Tech Kingpins: Clean Energy Adoption in New England.
Coming up in July, September, and then November our next three events will be (in no particular order as we’re still finalizing the details and speakers)
1) CSR: Moving the Mammoths
2) Energy Efficiency: Why is the low-hanging fruit so high?
3) Media: How to we convert non-believers and move the converted into meaningful action?
Also, if you have any feedback on how we could improve the event, please share.
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