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Register for the next #SolarChat on 11/12/14 – Solar Politics, Policies, and Advocacy

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Wednesday, 11.12.14 – 11 a.m. PST, 2 p.m. EST

Solar’s rapid growth is fueled and challenged by a myriad of federal and state dynamics. With the ITC sunset looming and anti-net metering struggles across the country, it’s time we powered up a united solar front in the realms of politics and advocacy.

Join the conversation to enlighten newly elected politicians, add an even louder voice to the climate change chorus and flex our political muscles. We’ll gain a deeper understanding of the options and tools we can all use to collectively shine a very bright solar industry light in the battles ahead.

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Expert Panel

Staff_Rhone_ReschRhone Resch, President/CEO, SEIA @RhoneResch
Rhone Resch is the President and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA), the national trade organization for America’s solar energy industry. During his nine-year tenure at SEIA, solar has experienced record-breaking growth, becoming one of the fastest-growing industries in the United States with more than 6,100 companies and more than143,000 employees.

 

 

RL MillerRL Miller, Founder of Climate Hawks Vote @RL_Miller
RL Miller blogs on climate; founded SuperPAC Climate Hawks Vote to elect – and hold accountable – politicians who prioritize the climate challenge; is elected chair of California Democratic Party’s Environmental Caucus; and practices law and keeps chickens. Miller’s work has been written up in the New York Times, Washington Post, Time, and the Guardian (UK), and is now being used by Organizing For America.

 


Stephen LaceyStephen Lacey, Senior Editor, Greentech Media @Stphn_Lacey

Stephen Lacey is a Senior Editor at Greentech Media, where he focuses primarily on energy efficiency. He has extensive experience reporting on the business and politics of cleantech. He was formerly Deputy Editor of Climate Progress, a climate and energy blog based at the Center for American Progress. He was also an editor/producer with Renewable Energy World. He received his B.A. in journalism from Franklin Pierce University.

 

Featured Journalist
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Zachary Shahan, Chief Editor, CleanTechnica@zshahan3

Zachary Shahan spends most of his time here on CleanTechnica as the director/chief editor. Otherwise, he’s probably enthusiastically fulfilling his duties as the director/editor of Solar Love, EV Obsession, Planetsave, or Bikocity. Zach is recognized globally as a solar energy, electric car, and wind energy expert. If you would like him to speak at a related conference or event, connect with him via social media. You can connect with Zach on any popular social networking site you like. Links to all of his main social media profiles are on ZacharyShahan.com.

 

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For Raina Brett Russo, taking care of the environment is a necessity, not an option. Having grown up in Israel, a place where conservation is required and solar hot water heating is the norm, Raina knows the importance of solar energy. Through her work with the EcoOutfitters.net team, Raina found a way to help grow the solar industry in a significant way. As the founder and host of #SolarChat, a bi-monthly "gathering" on Twitter, Raina and her team have created an engaged solar think-tank community that comes together regularly for collaboration and networking with the ultimate goal in mind of spreading the solar message.

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