Renewable Energy

Speakers cover a wide range of renewable and sustainable energy topics, including solar photovoltaic, passive solar, daylighting, the history of solar energy, wind power, biomass energy, biodiesel and biofuels, ocean thermal energy, hydrogen, fuel cells, energy policy, the politics of renewable energy, a new energy economy, and the linkages between renewable energy, clean air and global warming.

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E Denis Hayes. The author of Rays of Hope: The Transition to a Post-Petroleum World, he headed the federal Solar Energy Research Institute (now the National Renewable Energy Laboratory), served as Director of the Illinois State Energy Office, and received the Charles Greeley Abbot Award of the American Solar Energy Society… More >> Denis Hayes

E Joe Romm. An expert on clean energy, he ran the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in the Clinton Administration, directing a $1 billion budget for the deployment of clean energy. He is executive director of the Center for Energy and Climate Solutions, and he has helped devise energy strategies for major companies… More >>

Joe Romm

E Christine Ervin. Appointed by President Clinton to serve as Assistant Secretary of Energy for the $1 billion portfolio of clean energy programs in transportation, buildings, and industry. Initiatives included the EPA-DOE ENERGY STAR partnership and the Million Solar Roofs program. She also directed the Oregon Department of Energy… More >>

Christine Ervin

E Roger Ballentine. As a member of the White House staff under Bill Clinton, he helped shape national energy policies and programs. He served as senior advisor on energy for John Kerry for President, and he is now on the Boards of the American Council for Renewable Energy, the Biomass Energy Resource Center, and the Solar Electric Light Fund… More >>

Roger Ballentine
E Tony Seba. An expert on unlocking the profit potentials in clean energy, he is the author of Solar Trillions: 7 Market and Investment Opportunities in the Emerging Clean-Energy Economy. He has developed numerous high-tech and clean-tech companies, and he argues that solar is the clean energy source that can scale to meet global needs… More >> Tony Seba
E Jonathan Koomey. His cutting-edge research for the International Project for Sustainable Energy Paths, Rocky Mountain Institute, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory helped establish the feasibility and desirability of using renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions, decrease dependence on oil, and boost jobs in the US & Europe… More >> Jonathan Koomey

E Dan Chiras. Author of The Natural House: A Complete Guide to Healthy, Energy-Efficient, Environmental Homes. He lives in a state-of-the-art solar and wind powered home that has been featured on NBC News and in articles in Solar Today and Home Power magazines. He speaks on the end of cheap oil and solar heating and cooling… More >>

Dan Chiras

E Terry Tamminen. He served as Sec. of the CA EPA and as Chief Policy Advisor to former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. Author of Lives Per Gallon: The True Cost of Our Oil Addiction, he describes a shift to sustainable fuels. Working with environmental and business leaders, he designed CA’s Million Solar Roofs Initiative and the Hydrogen Highway… More >>

Terry Tamminen

E Peter Bronski. As a program director at the Rocky Mountain Institute, a nonprofit dealing with energy efficiency and renewable energy, he focuses on editorial strategy for RMI’s projects. His goal is to make the organization's work compelling and accessible to a broad range of audiences. He holds a B.S. in Natural Resources from Cornell. More >>

Peter Bronski
E Paul Komor. Author of Renewable Energy Policy and a Senior Advisor at the energy research firm E SOURCE, he is an expert on renewable energy technologies and policies and their relationship to electric utility restructuring. He has taught energy policy and technology at Princeton, Stanford, and the University of Colorado Boulder… More >> Paul Komor

E Josh Tickell. The creator of The Veggie Van and The Veggie Car and author of From the Fryer to the Fuel Tank, he has inspired thousands around the world to make and use biodiesel. He uses animation and video footage to take audiences on a journey through the history, geopolitics, and current crisis of our fossil energy based society… More >>

Josh Tickell

E John Perlin. Author of two highly acclaimed books on solar energy. Amory Lovins writes that A Golden Thread: 2500 Years of Solar Architecture and Technology is "rich with surprises… will teach even the most erudite..." His From Space to Earth: The Story of Solar Electricity was called "vivid and fascinating" by Nature magazine… More >>

John Perlin

E David Blume. Author of Alcohol Can Be A Gas! Fueling an Ethanol Revolution for the 21st Century, he explains the history and technology of renewable ethanol. He started an organization that has taught hundreds how to produce and use low cost alcohol fuel, and his firm provides equipment for dispersed biofuels generation… More >>

David Blume
E Ross McCluney. A principal research scientist at the Florida Solar Energy Center, his research has ranged from ocean thermal energy conversion to solar water heating to assessing the performance of daylighting systems. He has been writing and lecturing on energy for two decades, and he speaks on solar energy and sustainable lighting… More >> Ross McCluney

E Doug La Follette. Today Wisconsin's Secretary of State, he has served on the boards of the Sierra Club and the Union of Concerned Scientists. He was Assistant Director of the Mid-American Solar Energy Complex, an initiative to use solar energy for homes, and he was honored for his work by the Midwest Renewable Energy Association… More >>

Doug La Follette

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