Silicon Valley Energy Summit Takes Lead: “Energy and Environment in the Trump Administration.”

Friends,

In these uncertain times, I am thrilled that the Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2017 will have a plugged-in keynote panel to help us understand “Energy and Environment in the Trump Administration.”

The group consists of:

  • Alice Hill, research fellow, Hoover Institution; former special assistant to the president and senior director for resilience policy for the National Security Council
  • Lynn Orr, emeritus faculty, Stanford; former undersecretary for science and energy, U.S. Dept. of Energy
  • Jonathan Pershing, program director—environment, Hewlett Foundation; former lead U.S. negotiator to U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change
  • and Liz Sherwood-Randall, former deputy secretary of energy, U.S. Dept. of Energy

I very much look forward to seeing you in just a few weeks. If you haven’t done so yet, please register and get more information at sves.stanford.edu.


James Sweeney, Director
Precourt Energy Efficiency Center

Michael Killen, Artist and Talk Show Host will present two timely paintings at the event:   ‘George Shultz’s Energy and Climate Plan’ (6 x 15 feet) and ‘Trump’s Plan to Make America’ Resilient’  (5 x 24 feet).

About Michael Killen, TV, Radio and Internet Talkshow Host; and Artist @KillenMichael

Michael Killen is a media consultant with accomplishments in several industry sectors including art media, education, energy, high-tech, finance, government, market research, and publishing. He is the host of the syndicated TV talk show 'The Killen Report' and a visiting host at KZSU Stanford Radio 90.1 FM. NASA, Silicon Valley Energy Summit at Stanford, and the US Dept. Commerce have displayed his paintings at their events. He has also provided services to AT&T, Asian Banker, Honeywell, IBM, Pitney Bowes, and Telkom South Africa. Killen.com. @KillenMichael, michael@killen.com. Michael lives and works in Silicon Valley.
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