• Leading the Business of Clean Energy

Sponsored by the Institute for Executive Education

The Institute for Executive Education
Life-Long Learning Series:
Leading the Business of Clean Energy

November 10, 2010: 11:45 – 2:00 PM
120 Tremont Street, Sargent Hall Function Room


Clean energy describes sources of energy considered to be environmentally friendly and non-polluting, such as Solar Energy, Wind Energy, and Hydro Power.

This panel will be held at 120 Tremont Street, in the Function room of the Suffolk Law School. The purpose of the life-long learning series is to demonstrate the roles and responsibilities of business leaders in different fields, and in this case it will be to educate the audience about clean energy activity in Boston today and actions they can take.

The speakers bring national, state and city government perspectives, as well as those of private companies. As business leaders, they will address the status and challenges of building a green economy: Where is the United States? Where is Massachusetts? Where is the market going?

Moderator: Mindy Lubber, President, Ceres

Panelists:
James W. Hunt, III, Chief of Environmental & Energy Services, City of Boston
Bryan Koop, SVP and Regional Manager, Boston Properties
Judith Nitsch, President, Nitsch Engineering
Tim Weller, CFO, EnerNOC

Cost: $40.00 Regular (see registration page for discounts)

Questions? Contact Julie Schniewind, 617 305 1902

For more information and to REGISTER HERE. 
 

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