Apr 26, 2012

Next Forum: Sustainable Economics & Clean Energy

Sustainability Forum Examines
“How Sustainable Economics is Driving Clean Energy
Toward a Bright Future”

What:              North Shore Technology Council’s monthly Sustainability Forum meeting

Presentation:  Brad Bradshaw, co-founder of the New England Clean Energy Council, addresses this month’s Forum on the subject of “Sustainable Economics and its role in Driving Clean Energy.”

Sustainable economics focuses on how true value is created within an economy, value which is fundamental to ensuring our economic vitality, our future well being and our survival.  Enduring prosperity requires understanding and applying the principles of sustainable economics.  
Bradshaw will outline:
·         Why Clean Energy Will Continue to Grow;
·         The Critical Role of Clean Energy Investment and  Innovation; and
·         The Importance of Understanding Sustainable Economics.

When:              8 a.m., Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Where:             Cummings Center
                        Suite 221-E, Bldg. 100
                        Rte 62, Beverly, MA 01915

RSVP:              Forum meetings are free to members of the NSTC; $10 for non-members. All are encouraged to register here at NSTC.org.

Speaker:           Brad Bradshaw is an experienced senior executive who leads high growth clean energy companies with significant management experience in clean energy, including solar, energy services, advanced metering, smart grid, energy storage and fuel cells.  Bradshaw was previously CEO of Hy9 Corporation, an advanced technology company that manufactures hydrogen generation and hydrogen purification equipment for backup power systems for wireless tower installations in developing countries.  Earlier positions included Honeywell ‘s energy services division, and Arthur D. Little’s advanced energy group.  In addition, Mr. Bradshaw founded and led the Massachusetts Hydrogen Coalition, co-founded the New England Clean Energy Council and, for five years, co-hosted the annual Conference on Clean Energy.  Mr. Bradshaw has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College, and an MBA from Babson College.

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