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Attend the meeting on the New Clean Energy Reality

Sponsored by WA Clean Tech Alliance on Jan 28 at Bell Harbor Conference Center on the Seattle waterfront. Lots of great speakers on our clean energy future, featuring former US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and others.




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  • Louise S.

    RE question of link between military and clean energy.
    Climate change is a threat multiplier. CAN Oct 2011
    The $150 B a year we send to unstable and unfriendly regimes for oil every year “put us in the untenable position of funding both sides of the conflict and directly undermines our fight against terror.”
    Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn
    When the price of a barrel of oil goes up by $10, the US Defense Department spends another $1.3 billion on oil. “America becomes more secure if Americans use less oil.” DOD Quadennial Defense Review Feb 2010
    The US needs to develop clean energy faster if it is to maintain competitiveness. IEA ‘Medium term Renewable Energy Market Report 2012

    January 27, 2013

  • Burt

    Hi Roland. I am sorry I did not put in a better link to the event, which has all the registration info online. The correct link is posted above. The link also explains why this is relevant to clean and alternative energy. Take a look at the agenda, there will also be lots of networking with local energy leaders, if that's of interest to you. Burt

    January 22, 2013

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