Panel 1: Sustainable Energy & Climate Change Overview: How it impacts each of us

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Panelists included:
Probir Ghosh,
President, CEO & President,VSNI (Virtual Source Networks, Inc)
Probir is deeply and passionately involved with Sustainable Renewable energy initiatives. Probir is an enabler. His ability to analyze large volumes of disparate data to get the big picture, distill it down to the cascading cause and effect that needs to be prioritized and addressed, has been widely appreciated. In this presentation, he leads us through a series of cause and effects that starts with a global energy and environment issues and shows how it impacts us and what we can do to turn it into an opportunity for Colorado, US and the rest of the world.
View Probir’s presentation.

Matt Baker,
Commissioner of Public Utilities Commission, Colorado
Matt is the author of Amendment 37 that entices Xcel to generate 20% of energy from renewable clean energy sources by 2020, making Colorado one of the leading States in the USA for Sustainable Renewable Energy based Initiatives.
View Matt’s presentation.

Teddi Davis,
Director Customer Choice & Renewables Marketing, Xcel Energy
Teddi has deep knowledge of the renewable energy markets and helps Xcel and its customers initiate renewable energy projects.

Bob Noun
Executive Director, External Affairs, NREL
During the past 25 years at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Bob has shaped the way renewable energy and energy efficient technologies are seen and understood by the public, elected officials and other stakeholders. With a realistic and technically sound vision of the potential of renewable energy, Noun has built strategic national and international relationships key to NREL’s success.

Professor Anu Ramaswami,
University of Colorado, Denver
Anu has received substantial grants from the FED on Sustainable Energy Lifecycle Management. She and her grad students are working with many communities in Colorado and India today.
View Anu’s presentation.

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  1. Climate Change is really scary, now we have super typhoons and a lot of flooding going on some countries..,*`

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