Breakfast Series

The CleanTech Alliance Breakfast Series presents notable cleantech executive speakers for a monthly conversation followed by networking with 100 cleantech industry leaders from across the region. 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 through May (except October, which is reserved for the Energy Leadership Summit).

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CleanTech Alliance now offers virtual attendance options through a live webinar feed. Contact Rachelle Ames for more information.

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2018-19 Breakfast Series Speakers & Topics

This year’s theme is “Disruptive Clean Technologies in…”


Energy & Blockchain | Occurred on September 12, 2018

Featured Mark Mueller-Eberstein of Adgetec and Greg Robinson of Drift.

Building | Occurred on November 14, 2018

Featured Susan Jones of atelierjones speaking about cross laminated timber.

Transportation | Occurred on December 12, 2018

Featured Matt Knapp of ZUNUM Aero speaking about hybrid electric aircraft.

Climate Insurance | Occurred on January 9, 2019

Featured Alex Bernhardt of Mercer Investments on climate change insurance.

Freight | Occurred on February 13, 2019

Featured Eric Beckwitt of Freightera on automating and reducing emissions from freight transport.

Slides | Recap to come


Stormwater | March 13, 2019

Erin Rothman | StormSensor
Erin has more than a decade of experience as an environmental consultant in Seattle, and she specializes in remediating contaminated sites as part of larger redevelopment projects, guiding them through Washington State Department of Ecology’s Voluntary Cleanup Program or completing cleanups in accordance with formal Agreed Orders and Consent Decrees.  She currently runs her own consulting company, Rothman & Associates, and founded StormSensor Inc. in 2015, all with the objective of taking the fear, frustration, and expense out of environmental compliance.

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Maritime | April 10, 2019

Antony M. DSouza | DNV GL – Maritime
Antony M. DSouza is a mechanical engineer and currently an Executive Vice President and Regional Manager of DNV GL leading company’s Maritime Operations in Americas.

Antony has been recognized as a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, UK and the Institution of Engineers Australia. Antony has a Masters Degree in Engineering Management and is a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He has also graduated in the Executive Business Administration program from IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland and Digital Business Transformation Program from INSEAD, France. He has also attended Digital Business Transformation program at University of California, Berkeley. He currently serves as a Director in the Board of the World Affairs Council. Antony had served in various capacities in individual development and non-governmental organizations and has a greater interest in public service. As a citizen of both the United States and Australia, he has either lived, worked or visited all the continents of the world.


Agriculture | May 8, 2019

Kevin Murphy | Washington State University
Dr. Murphy is an Assistant Professor of Barley and Alternative Crop Breeding in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at WSU. Kevin and his team of students and researchers work on breeding and agronomy of amaranth, barley, buckwheat, oca, perennial wheat, proso millet, quinoa, spelt, and teff. He has participated in international research and extension projects in Syria, Iraq, Pakistan and Malawi, is currently coordinating an international quinoa breeding project in ten countries in collaboration with the FAO, and recently returned from a Fulbright Fellowship in his hometown of Los Baños, Philippines.