Leading Edge of New Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies Coming to Market

by Arturo Herrera on September 9, 2014

Leadership from DOE and other research centers provided the latest information on where renewable energy technology is headed and the implications for profitable deployment.

Download the webinar’s pdf slides –  Leading Edge of New Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies Coming to Market – Slideshow

Webinar Moderator:

Gary-DirksGary Dirks, Director of LightWorks, Arizona State University. Gary is director of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability and director of LightWorks, an Arizona State University initiative that capitalizes on ASU’s strengths in solar energy and other light-inspired research. Before joining ASU, he was the president of BP Asia-Pacific and the president of BP China.

The Webinar Panel

Chris BrownChris Brown, Partner and Chief Scientist with Sail Capital Partners.Chris is a scientist and entrepreneur with diverse business and technical backgrounds.  His past experiences have spanned multiple verticals, including electronics, textiles, and telecommunications. His background and experience position him at the crossroads of business and technology. He holds a M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a Ph.D. in Physics from North Carolina State University.

graham-stevensGraham Stevens, Associate Director at Navigant Consulting.Graham specializes in energy technology with particular expertise in photo voltaics.  He works closely with the research staff at Navigant Research and will be reporting on the latest information about renewable energy technology.


ovangeetOtto Van Geet, Senior Engineer at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL),where most of his work is in the Federal Energy Management Program.His expertise includes renewables screening and assessment, passive solar building design, use of design tools, photovoltaic (PV) system design for on and off grid applications, energy audits, and minimizing energy use and GHG generation for building and communities.

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