Michael and his team are helping to move Pres. Biden’s Infrastructure Plan forward in a non-partisan way. We have supported the goal to educate the public of the new jobs and investment opportunities created by the initiative to build the United States EV charging network.
And we have assisted in helping owners, operators, and investors in multi buildings properties deepen their knowledge of the President’s initiative to increase the energy efficiency of clusters of buildings
The painting will be the third initiative he has interpreted on canvas to help educates buyers and solution providers, and voters. The other two are President Biden Plan to Build the United States EV Charging Network and the Plan’s Initiative to Increase the Energy Efficiency of Clusters Buildings. In addition, three organizations of the United States Gov. have displayed his art.
Michael Killen made this painting to help a community that may not have heard the climate change action now and the President Biden’s Infrastructure Plan message, to hear them now. This photo and painting is not part of Killen & Associates’ “Support President Biden’s Infrastructure Plan.”
Please contact Michael@Killen.com if you are interested in our project “Support President Biden’s Infrastructure Plan. It is not a fund raiser.
The head of Killen & Associates made the 5′ x 6′ painting to help bring attention to President Biden’s Infrastructure Plan. However, this photo and painting is not part of our Support President Biden’s Infrastructure Plan Project.
NASA Ames and several organizations that include the City of Palo Alto, County of Santa Clara, Santa Clara University, and Silicon Valley Energy Summit at Stanford University have displayed the painting at their buildings or events.
In the Greater San Francisco Silicon Valley the Killen Report via TV reaches viewers in the following counties: Marin, Santa Clara, San Mateo, and San Fransisco.
The Michael Killen Report and San Francisco County.
In San Fransisco viewers can watch the show at EATV2 Comcast channel 75/Wave channel 31 on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 9:30am. For more information, check their website at www.ccsf.edu/EATV or call (415)239-3887.