Invite: Tue Mar 8th, NYC - Launch of NDN's Clean Energy Forum with Michael Moynihan

The Electricity 2.0 Program is excited to announce our new Clean Energy Forum to be held regularly in New York. This Forum will focus on issues surrounding the modernization of the electricity architecture and the promotion of clean energy in the United States. The host of this forum is Michael Moynihan, Director of our Clean Energy Initiative and a New York native.

Our first event will be with Jason Scott on Tuesday, March 8 at 8:30am, at the Harvard Club, 35 W 44th St, in the Mahogany Room.  

JSJason is the founding board member of the Clean Economy Network and the co-founder and Managing Partner of EKO Asset Management Partners.  With more than a decade of experience developing and managing firms seeking to sustainably manage and invest capital, Jason was the Director and Investment Analyst at Generation Investment Management, co-founded by David Blood and former Vice President Al Gore.  Mr. Scott was an active member of President Obama's transition team, serving on both the Transition team for Energy and the Environment and the Transition team for Technology and Innovation.  Please RSVP.

Our second event will be with Michael Granoff on Tuesday, April 12 at 8:30am at the Harvard Club, 35 W 44th St, in the Mahogany Room.

MGMichael Granoff has been head of oil independence policies for Better Place since its founding in 2007. In that capacity, he helps stakeholders of all types calibrate policies consistent with the Better Place approach to ending the corrosive effect of oil dependence on economy, environment and security. Stakeholders with which Granoff works include governments on every level, industry, non-governmental organizations, and current and future Better Place partners. Granoff is founder of Maniv Energy Capital, a New York-based investment group and the first investor in Better Place. In 2004, Granoff became a founding board member of Securing America’s Future Energy, a Washington, D.C. based group that works with corporate and retired military leaders to advocate for policies that contribute to the security of the U S.  Please RSVP.