Stanford University to Host Michael Killen’s ‘Sustainable California Art/Speaker Tour’, During Energy Summit 2014.

“Precourt Energy Efficiency Center at Stanford University’s Summit(s) http://peec.stanford.edu/events/2014/sves/index.php is a favorite of mine,” says Killen.  I learn a  lot, network with business and governments VIPs, and signup guests for my TV show. I will display seven paintings including ‘Don Quixote Meets Climate Change’ (15 x 6 feet.) I may also speak at the event—share why Don Quixote is important to decision makers who want their climate change and energy solution heard. 

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(left) Jeff Bingaman former US Senator, NM; Michael Killen, Artist; James Sweeney, Director, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, Stanford; Painting “Resilience” (24 x 5 feet) Michael Killen

About Michael Killen, TV Talkshow Host and Artist

Ask how I can help. Michael@killen.com. Michael comes from the corporate computer and the business research report publishing industries. He is author of six books, publisher of 400 business studies, and producer of 600 TV programs. He is also the artist who made "Sustainablity" (5 x 24 ft) for NASA. And, he made "Resilience of America In the Era of Trump" (5 x 24 ft) to be displayed June 23, 2017 at the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2017 and at Stanford. He lives in Menlo Park, CA. Killen.com.
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