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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 November, which is reserved for the CleanTech Alliance Annual Meeting).

 

Purchase individual monthly tickets, or save $120 with a Breakfast Series Ticket.

 

CleanTech Alliance now offers virtual attendance options. Satellite viewing parties will be available across the region in partnership with Perkins Coie and other partners. Or, individuals can request access to a live webinar feed. Contact Gabe Boeckman for more details at gabe@cleantechalliance.org.

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sustainability technologies

           


September 13
Michael Hagood; Idaho National Laboratory

Michael Hagood is Idaho National Laboratory’s Director of Regional Initiatives. Hagood works closely with laboratory leadership, directorates and partner organizations to help identify R&D opportunities that match INL's core strengths and capabilities to solve unique energy challenges found in the West.  
                                   

alternative energy solutions


October 11

Susan Petty; AltaRock Energy

Susan Petty is the Chief Technology Officer, President, and Co-Founder of AltaRock Energy, Inc. With more than 30 years of experience in the geothermal industry, Petty’s work has included all aspects of testing, evaluation, analysis, modeling and optimization for geothermal wells, wellfields and powerplants. Petty has driven geothermal electrical generation projects in locations around the world, including: California, Nevada, Indonesia, the Philippines and Central America.
                         

clean fuel


December 13
Ana Mari Cauce; University of Washington

As the President of one of the world’s great public universities, Ana Mari Cauce is leading the University of Washington in advancing its mission in four key areas: providing a leading-edge student experience, conducting research and scholarship that has a global impact, upholding the UW’s dedication to its public mission and infusing the entire university with a commitment to innovation.            

 

clean technologies


January 10

Elliot Mainzer; Bonneville Power Authority

Elliot Mainzer was named Administrator of the Bonneville Power Authority in January 2014 but had served as Acting Administrator since July 2013. In that role, he is responsible for managing the nonprofit federal agency that markets carbon-free power from Columbia River hydroelectric dams and the region's one nuclear plant. BPA also operates most of the high-voltage power grid across the Pacific Northwest, distributing wind and other energy to the region and beyond.

renewable energy companies


February 14

Nuclear Fusion Energy Technology Panel

Nuclear fusion technology is advancing at a rapid pace with innovations that could forever transform our energy infrastructure and economy. Get the latest updates on the current and future status of nuclear fusion from three of North America’s leading technology companies – Helion Energy, General Fusion and Tri Alpha Energy.


renewable energy systems

 

March 14

Craig Collar; Snohomish County PUD
Craig Collar was appointed CEO/General Manager of the Snohomish County Public Utility District on September 1, 2015. He joined the utility in 2006 as a Senior Manager for Energy Resource Development. He was promoted to Assistant General Manager of Power, Rates and Transmission Management in November 2012.
 

sustainable energy companies


April 11

Dr. John Stark; Washington Stormwater Center

Dr. John Stark is the Director of the Washington Stormwater Center in Puyallup, Washington. He is also a full professor and conducts research in ecotoxicology at Washington State University (WSU) in Puyallup. Dr. Stark's research interests focus on protection of endangered species and ecological risk assessment of pollutants with particular emphasis on salmon and aquatic invertebrates.

 

sustainable energy companies

 

May 9

John Kelly; Starbucks Corporation (Invited)

John Kelly serves as Senior Vice President of Global Responsibility, Community & Public Policy at Starbucks Corporation. He oversees the development and execution of Starbucks strategies and functions including corporate responsibility, ethical sourcing and environmental impact, public policy and government affairs for all brands across all business units and geographic regions.

 

sustainable energy companies

 

Tom Ranken
President & CEO
tom@cleantechalliance.org
206.389.8655
Sharon Schierle
Events
sharon@cleantechalliance.org
206.389.8662 
Gabe Boeckman
Commercialization & Outreach
gabe@cleantechalliance.org
206.389.7271

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