Invite: June 16 & 27 - Clean Energy Solutions Series Events - Wireless & The Grid, Progress of Solar

In the next several weeks NDN/NPI is hosting two terrific events in its new Clean Energy Solution Series:

Thursday, June 16, 12:30 pm – Wireless & The Grid

Please join us for what will be a powerful look at Wireless Technology: New Technologies and the Electric Grid.  This lunchtime discussion will highlight how wireless communications are creating new innovation opportunities for clean energy technologies and the smart grid.  We will also release new national polling which shows public support for new approaches on energy outside the scope of the current debate.

Joining Dan Carol, Senior Fellow for Innovation and Clean Economy and Michael Moynihan, Chair of NDN”s Clean Energy Initiatie will be Nick Sinai, Senior Advisor to CTO, Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Stewart Kantor, CEO of Full Spectrum, Kurt Yeager,  Executive Director of Galvin Electricity Initiative and Hassane Bouhia, Group Manager at Verizon Telecom Connected Home Product Marketing.

Please RSVP today.  If you are not able to attend, please join us via webcast by simply clicking here at 12:30pm.

Monday, June 27, Noon – The Speed of Solar

Please join us on Monday, June 27 at 12:00 pm for an insider discussion of the ascent and maturation of solar technology, The Speed of Solar:  A Review of the Tremendous Progress Solar Power Has Made in America.  This lunchtime discussion will highlight this growth and feature Danny Kennedy, founder of Sungevity, the fastest growing solar company in the US, Andrea Luecke, Executive Director of The Solar Foundation, and Rachel Tronstein, Clean Energy Advisor in the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy.  

Please RSVP soon.  If you are not able to attend, please join us via webcast by simply clicking here at 12:00pm.

This event is the second in a series of events we are calling the “Clean Energy Solution Series.”  Our intent is to showcase the leaders, companies, ideas and policies who are hastening our transition to a cleaner, safer and more distributed energy paradigm of the 21st century.  

If you have suggestions for future events please contact Clare Giesen at