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EcoTuesday :: Featuring Danny Kennedy from Sungevity

Date:
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Time:
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Speaker
Organizer/Author:
Nikki Pava
Email:
Location Details:
The Bently Reserve
301 Battery St
San Francisco, CA 94111

http://bentlyreserve.com/

EcoTuesday, a unique, structured monthly networking event for sustainable business leaders held concurrently in multiple cities across the country. We will feature Danny Kennedy from Sungevity, as our speaker in San Francisco this month.

Danny will discuss:
The Future of Solar Energy: Using "Fresh Sunlight"

-How SOLAR electricity will replace steam-based electricity generation
-Community supported energy and solar adoption as a social phenomenon
-The future of solar financing, including peer-to-peer financing of community solar

A little about Danny:

A long-time social entrepreneur, Danny has achieved global recognition as an environmental activist, spokesperson, and opinion leader. In 2007, Danny started Sungevity which is the fastest growing residential solar company in the country. Before that, Danny ran Greenpeace's California Clean Energy Campaign, the success of which helped lead to the current California Solar Initiative. Danny was the founder and first Executive Director of Project Underground and serves on several nonprofit boards and the Board of Solar Mosaic.

This month's venue: The Bently Reserve

The Bently Reserve Conference Center is the epitome of everything San Francisco, boasting the West Coast's most advanced networking technologies, unparalleled eco-friendly operations, and the classic style of the Financial District's most distinguished building.


This month's sponsors:

Dominican University of California's GreenMBA is an engaged learning community that seeks to promote financial viability, ecological sustainability, and social justice in business and organizations of all types. Please read more about the program on EcoTuesday.com.

The Naked Grape Wine (http://www.thenakedgrapewine.com), providing wine for this months event. Check out their website to see what their wines are all about.

We look forward to seeing you there!
Added to the calendar on Sun, Jun 19, 2011 1:16PM
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