Are Renewables Enough to Slow Climate Change?

The answer may surprise you. Michael Killen, Artist who leads in making sustainable art, and interviews for TV presents the question to Ripudaman Malhotra, CEO of Malhotra Energy Consultancy, SRI International and Fellow at the American Chemical Society. Co-author: A Cubic Mile of Oil
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Silicon Valley Energy Summit 2019 to showcase Killen’s latest painting on energy efficiency

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France’s Energy Tech’s Next Step: More Extensively Help Utilities, Govs. & End Users Slow Climate

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8 Silicon Valley Leaders Shared Their Climate Energy Message in front of Killen’s “Stanford” Painting

image1Photographed Above: Joe Stagner, Dr. Katharina Powers, Owner, Art Ventures Gallery (Menlo Park, CA), and Michael Killen.

The presenters included:

Venue:
Art Ventures Gallery
888 Santa Cruz Ave
Menlo Park, CA 94025
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Stanford’s Energy Solution Presented As a Model for District Energy Requirements Worldwide

Michael Killen, publisher of 400 business opportunity studies, talk show host and painter delivered his statement at an event that features speakers that include the “father” of Stanford’s energy system,  VP Research Electricity of France Silicon Valley Lab; and Palo Alto and Menlo Park political leaders.

Confirmed speakers and schedule:
·         16   Sat  5:00 PM – Opening Reception featuring Michael Killen, Artist & Talk Show Host
·         18   Mon  6:30 PM – Open
·         19   Tues  6:30 PM – Jan van der Lee, Ph.D., VP R&D, EDF Inc. (Electricity of France)
·         20   Wed  6:30 PM – Joe Stagner, Executive Director, Sustainability & Energy Management, Stanford University
·         21   Thur  6:30 PM – Alex Cannara, Ph.D., Nuclear Energy & Ocean Change Advocate
·         22   Fri    6:30 PM – Ripudaman Malhotra, Fellow: American Chemical Society & Co-author: A Cubic Mile of Oil
·         23   Sat   5:00 PM – Nicole Kemeny, President, 350 Silicon Valley
·         26  Tues  6:30 PM – Pat Burt, Former Mayor, City of Palo Alto; and Ray Mueller, Mayor, City of Menlo Park.
·         27   Wed  6:30 PM – Franklin (Lynn) Orr, Ph. D., Former US Dept. of Energy Under Secretary for Science and Energy & Professor Emeritus, Department of Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University
Location:
Art Ventures Gallery
888 Santa Cruz Ave
Menlo Park, CA 94025
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Art of Stanford’s Climate-Energy Investment; Speaker Series in Menlo Park, Ca. Feb. 16-27, 2019

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Photo of artist Michael Killen (left) with Vice President R&D of EDF, Inc. [Electricity of France], Jan van der Lee (right). He shared his thoughts here.
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Tom Steyer’s Voter Rights Framework

Artist, Talkshow Host, and CEO of Killen & Associates who painted “Resilience of America” (5 ft. x 24 ft) that the US. Dept. of Commerce displayed shares that he might paint the Tom Steyer’s Voter Rights Framework, to help the country.

 

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