Monday 14th March, 2011
11:00am to 12:00pm
The United States consumes more energy than it produces and is the second biggest emitter of CO2 in the world (behind China). If the United States truly chooses to become a greener country, then major improvements in our infrastructure (buildings and transportation) will have to be made. The green movement in the United States has yet to reach a tipping point. Companies either do not know how to lower their energy consumption and carbon footprint, or they are not implementing the projects fast enough. Fortunately, there are signs that we are now more green than ever. This panel will highlight three companies that you probably haven't heard of that are implementing green strategies. You don't want to miss learning about how these innovative companies got started and what they're doing to make our country a greener place to live.
iV. Dell Entrepreneur-in-Residence. CEO Ingrid Vanderveldt LLC. Women + Green. Clean Energy Evangelist. TV Show Host. Entrepreneur. Motorcycle Racer. Skydiver. bio from Twitter
Southwest Windpower is the leading manufacturer of small wind turbines for telecom, sailing, homes, businesses and more: Skystream, AIR & Whisper. bio from Twitter
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