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Science Pub Portland - "Driving on Sunshine"

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Driving on Sunshine - The Intersection of our Electrical Grid, Solar Power, and Electric Vehicles! Hosted in collaboration with the Citizens’ Utility Board of Oregon and Solar Oregon.

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When Jun 19, 2012
from 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM
Where Mission Theater: 1624 NW Glisan Street, Portland
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Contact Phone 503-231-5662
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As more solar power comes online and more plug-in electric vehicles begin driving through our communities, it is increasingly important that we design creative solutions that intelligently connect these technologies to our electrical grid. How can solar power and electric vehicles work together to support a cleaner, more efficient electrical grid? What needs to be done to safely and affordably integrate these technologies into our neighborhoods and cities? Hear from Cameron Coleman from InSpec, in partnership with the Citizens’ Utility Board of Oregon and Solar Oregon, who will discuss what our sustainable energy future could look like and more..

Date: Jun. 19, 2012 

Time: Doors at 5:30pm. Presentation begins at 7:00pm

Cost: $5 suggested cover charge. No RSVP or tickets required.

Located at: Mission Theater: 1624 NW Glisan Street, Portland

Access: 21+ with ID, or minor with adult

Presented by: Cameron Coleman, Solar Oregon Member.  Cameron Coleman is the lead at InSpec Energy Solutions, a division of InSpec Group offering consulting and project management services to support renewable energy project development and integration. In this position, Cam has worked on a wide variety of renewable energy projects and supported “clean tech” industry development. He has been involved in the design and integration of solar photo-voltaic (PV) systems, solar electric vehicle charging stations, solar thermal projects, small hydro power generation, and energy storage systems. Most recently, Cam designed and lead the integration of a solar PV system at Safeco field for the Seattle Mariners.

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