Breakfast Series Kicks Off Sept. 14 with Steve Shestag, Director of the Environment at The Boeing Company; Series and Individual Event Tickets Now on Sale
CleanTech Alliance unveiled the speaker lineup for its upcoming #CleanTechBacon Breakfast Series, which kicks off on September 14, 2016, with Ursula English, Vice President of Environment, Health & Safety at The Boeing Company. Discounted series tickets are now on sale, as well as individual event tickets.
Presented by Perkins Coie, the CleanTech Alliance Breakfast Series delivers a notable speaker and/or panel focused on emerging energy, environmental and sustainability topics. A different speaker and topic is presented on the second Wednesday of each month (7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.) from September 2016 through May 2017 (except November, which is reserved for the CleanTech Alliance Annual Meeting).
Speakers for the 2016 / 2017 CleanTech Alliance Breakfast Series include:
- Sept. 14: Steve Shestag, Director of the Environment at Boeing
- Oct. 12: Scott Morris; Chairman, President and CEO of Avista Corp.
- Dec. 14: Larry Weis; General Manager and CEO of Seattle City Light
- Jan. 11: Former Governor Mike Lowry and Former Governor Daniel Evans
- Feb. 8: Dr. Kirk Schulz; President of Washington State University
- Mar. 8: Mark de Vere White; President of Electricity at Itron
- Apr. 12: University Innovation Panel Featuring:
- Elvin Delgado, Ph.D., Central Washington University
- Christopher Keane, Ph.D., Washington State University
- Daniel Schwartz, Ph.D., University of Washington
- Joel Swisher, Ph.D., Western Washington University
- May 10: Utility Panel: Doing Business with Washington Energy Providers
CleanTech Alliance members can purchase a Breakfast Series ticket for all eight events for $160; non-member #CleanTechBacon Breakfast Series tickets are $240. The fully transferrable series tickets represent a $120 discount and ensure registration for the typically sold-out events.
“The CleanTech Alliance Breakfast Series shines a light on the outstanding cleantech companies and thought leaders we have here in Washington State and the Pacific Northwest,” said J. Thomas Ranken, President and CEO of CleanTech Alliance. “Speakers for the upcoming series will not disappoint, offering executive-level insights from industry leaders that are impacting our global cleantech economy.”
About the CleanTech Alliance
CleanTech Alliance is a cleantech trade association representing nearly 300 businesses and organizations. Founded in 2007 by business leaders, the Alliance facilitates the generation and growth of cleantech companies, jobs, products and services to advance the cleantech economy. The Alliance offers a range of business services and benefits uniquely designed to help businesses gain visibility, access services at a lower cost and benefit from public policy advocacy. Learn more at www.CleanTechAlliance.org.