AGRICULTURAL ENERGY

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  • National – Baird Brown eco(n)law LLC  
    Baird’s practice includes the development and financing of energy and sustainable infrastructure projects and advice on the regulatory and policy issues affecting such projects. He is counsel to the Microgrid Resources Coalition, and represents state and local sustainability agencies charged with promoting renewable energy, energy efficiency and green infrastructure. He has worked extensively on public/private partnerships and privatization of public services
  • National – Jeff Hintzke Clean Focus 
    Our group of companies originates, develops, finances, constructs, owns, and operates renewable energy projects in the United States and China. Clean Focus Yield owns and operates renewable energy projects that ensure stable cash flows and attractive dividends for investors.
  • National – Kevin Daehnke, Center for Strategic Policy Innovation  Kevin Daehnke is Founder and President of the Center for Strategic Policy Innovation, where he spearheads the Clean Growth IncubatorTM, an Accelerator for the buildout of clean, renewable energy in cities across the country. As an environmental attorney and entrepreneur, Kevin is a strong believer in the value of economic innovation and public-private partnerships to jumpstart equitable economic growth throughout the nation
  • National – Richard Pate  Pate & Associates
     Richard Pate is a results proven industry leader and expert in AMI technologies, utility operations, and workforce management.
  • CA  – Evan Hughes, Consultant, Biomass Energy and Geothermal Energy  
    Technical and economic calculations on biomass power, biomass-based fuels (gaseous and liquid), zero waste, zero fossil carbon, geothermal energy, and comparisons among all renewable energy sources. The primary zero-waste technology investigated by Dr. Hughes is based on recovery of high-value lignin and cellulose, separately, from woody and other municipal or forest wastes and converting the liquid remaining into bio-methane or bio-CNG in a closed-loop integrated system.  The zero-fossil-carbon technology is one that avoids using air in oxidizing gaseous fuel – i.e., natural gas or biogas – with the result being easy capture of the carbon dioxide out of the H2O/CO2 exhaust gas stream, thereby enabling near-zero fossil carbon emission, and, for biogas fuel, net negative fossil carbon emission because the carbon in biogas comes out of the atmosphere via photosynthesis
  • CA – Rinaldo Veseliza AIA, LEED AP, DBIA Environmental Architect, CASE4GOOD
    Rinaldo Veseliza is focused on development and retrofit for Sustainable Communities, facilities and neighborhoods using Renewable Energy, Energy Storage, and Microgrids. Rinaldo graduated from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture and Planning and was developing energy efficient communities on self-sustaining campuses, new towns and airports in the Middle East and the US. He is currently renovating schools.
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