California Groups Launch Clean Technology Panel Discussions

Clean Edge, Inc. and the Commonwealth Club of California will launch a panel discussion series on emerging clean technologies this fall in San Francisco.

San Francisco, California – September 17, 2002 [] The first event, “The Next Frontier: Speeding the Transition to Clean and Renewable Energy Technologies,” will look at key trends and developments affecting such technologies as solar power, fuel cells, distributed hydrogen production, flywheels and wind power. The inaugural event will be held on Thursday, October 3, 2002 at 8:00 a.m. at the Commonwealth Club of San Francisco. Panelists for the October 3 event include Daniel Kammen, UC Berkeley Professor and Director of the UC Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory; Bill Magavern, Senior Legislative Representative of the Sierra Club; Dan Shugar, President of PowerLight Corporation; and Tim Woodward, Managing Director of the venture capital firm Nth Power. Joel Makower, Co-founder and Principal of Clean Edge, will moderate the panel. “Clean energy technologies such as solar and wind power are expanding at double-digit annual growth rates and offer businesses and investors unique opportunities and challenges” said Ron Pernick, Co-founder and Principal of Clean Edge, Inc. “Clean Edge is honored to sponsor this lecture series with the Commonwealth Club, to help focus attention and broaden the discussion on clean technologies.”
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