Join the Arizona Technology Council for the Zero Emission Tour.
Glasgow is now behind us, and climate change is still a big challenge for the global community. But there are new solutions available right now.
The leading global experts on solar & photovoltaic energy and wind power from Germany, Dr. Professor Eicke R. Weber of Fraunhofer Institute and UC Berkeley, and CEO Dr Ingo Stuckmann of Wind Works Power Corp and Harvard come to Phoenix on Friday, November 19 as part of their USA and Europe Zero Emission Tour.
Panel discussion will also include Arizona experts (to be announced) that will discuss the latest turns in energy technologies, price of energy production, what the United States and Europe can learn from each other and the best practices to use in the near future.
Come and join this interesting discussion moderated by CEO Ari Huczkowski, the only European member of the Technology Councils of North America TECNA.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Entrepreneurs, startups and politicians interested in energy technologies. Students who’d like to be part of building the future of our planet.
- How much does it currently cost to start producing either solar or wind power?
- How does that compare to traditional energy production methods and costs?
- What are the trends of energy production in Europe? In the U.S.? Arizona?
- What can we expect from the near future in terms of energy production?
- What could the U.S. and Europe learn from each other? What works and what doesn’t?
Dr. Ingo Stuckmann
President and CEO
Wind Works Power Corp
Eicke R. Weber
Materials Science at UC Berkeley
Miller Policy Consulting
Jerald “Chico” Hunter
Innovation and Development
3:00 – 3:05 p.m. | Welcome remarks
3:05 – 4:45 p.m. | Panel
4:45 – 5:00 p.m. | Q&A
5:00 p.m. | Event ends
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