“ Lots of dedicated and informed people. A very welcoming group. ”
— Jeannine on Oct 28, 2013.
“ OK ”
— tony r. on Sep 22, 2013.
“ cool ”
— Gurudatha P. on Aug 25, 2013.
“ If you want a portal to what is happening in cutting edge energy technologies in the State of Washington, this is the place. The goal of the group is make potentially complicated issues concerning energy implementation and policy available to businsess and residential ratepayers. ”
— Bill A. on Feb 28, 2013.
“ Still new to me ”
— Tom R. on Jan 30, 2013.
“ Seems like a lot of people looking for jobs. ”
— Steve G. on Jan 17, 2013.
“ Good start to 2013, please get involved! ”
— Burt on Jan 16, 2013.
“ good group of environmentally friendly individuals. ”
— Roy on Nov 3, 2010.
“ A Good organization that puts together interesting presentations and networking opportunities. ”
— David on Oct 29, 2010.
“ Month by month, speakers (could be you?) and meet-up members come to share and learn from each other about sustainable energy solutions. ”
— Christybgi on Sep 26, 2010.
“ See presentations on timely topics in renewable energy and meet others interested in these subjects. ”
— Marco on Sep 24, 2010.
“ First time I have attended (or heard of it) , so hard to judge without knowing much about its history and/or about its expectations of future. I have long term internal resistance for government support for solar and RE for a long time SO ideas to avoid the same in the future, I would very highly value. Such dependency made solar (and my personal business strategy in the 70s) very vulnerable to political whims in the 70s and early 80s and this potentially appears to be the case again. I think Shoreline's SolarFest is the best thing going to promote solar in Washington State because it is a community owned project and could serve as a "seed model" for RE in many other communities all across the state. Temporary subsidies only go so far and are undefended. Incidentally, I just read a claim that the US Environmental movement this year alone spent 100M USD and did not deliver one Republican vote on the US Senate floor. Pathetic!C ”
— George R. on Jul 23, 2010.
“ Seattle Renewables provides a unique opportunity to hear about a broad range of efficiency and renewable topics by experts in their field that you can not hear any place else. Truly a unique resource. ”
— Scott on Jun 25, 2010.
“ Renewable energy will be a huge part of our lives to save our planet. Nothing makes more sense than building a brighter future for our children and children's children. The time is now! ”
— Blandino "Dino" G. on Apr 22, 2010.
“ Seems that progressive thinkers might find a fertile ground to explore ideas and find support/encouragement from like minded individuals. ”
— Dave B. on Mar 27, 2010.
“ Renewable Energy is rapidly becoming more than just a good idea, it is required if we are to get ourselves back on the right global survival track. This Meetup is a collection of people who know that, and are working toward the goal of reducing our global impact. ”
— Aaron C. on Mar 26, 2010.
“ I lot of intelligent, interested, and passionate people engaging in informed discussion about renewable energy in Seattle ”
— Sam H. on Sep 24, 2009.
“ Array of different people with different backgrounds. Great exchange of ideas. ”
— Lidia M. on May 28, 2009.
“ Unlike some other Energy meetup groups, this is truly a mix of 'people'... not just people in the industry, but people who are interested in and care about renewable energy. This mix of people allows for a wide variety of perspectives and ideas! ”
— Jessica S. on Feb 27, 2009.
“ Good place to learn how to reduce your footprint on our increasingly fragile planet. Covers a wider range of topics than just "renewable energy;" the past year's meetings have touched on green building more frequently. Animated discussion among members with range of experience in renewable energy and green building. Committed organizers. ”
— Markus on Jun 27, 2008.
“ Look forward to more like it. Elizabeth ”
— Elizabeth on Feb 10, 2008.
“ It is GREAT - the diversity of the crowd. Next time, maybe, we might introduce ourselves in the middle or closer to front of meeting, so that our discussion can share/benefit the interests of the amazing diversity of talent/focused direction of the members. thanks! genevieve ”
— Genevieve on Jan 25, 2007.
“ In the first question I had to estimate number of people in attendance. This was purely a guess because I had no Idea and the responce wouldn't accept me form without using a number at this location. ”
— raistalin on Apr 28, 2006.
“ Alternative Energy (hopefully soon to be Renewable Energy Meetup Group) Meetup Group is good and young, so it can be made into whatever its current members want it to be. It is a good group of people concerned about how we humans generate our energy and how we will do this responsibly in the future. ”
— Matt S. on Jun 25, 2005.
“ I think the group we had was great! it was a nice mix of folks with diverse opinions and depth of knowledge. I hope your documentary is successful. I cannot wait to see clips. ”
— Ben N. on Mar 27, 2005.
“ Good diversity of attendees. Really appreciate everyone taking time to come and take part in the meeting. ”
— Chuck on Jan 24, 2005.