Welcome to Clean Economy Network - Houston

Upcoming: Feb. 22, 2011 Green Building Event

Please join us for a panel discussion on green building, presented by CEN-Houston.  Learn more about current industry trends, opportunities, and Houston’s horizon from a panel of recognized experts!!! We will share the experience of building out the first LEED CI (Commercial Interior) Gold office space in the City of Houston from our event host, Gensler Company (one of the largest design and architecture firms in the U.S.).
 
The discussion will include the following panelists:

Laura Spanjian – City Sustainability Director. She will share the City’s vision and programs for Houston’s green building efforts.

Federico Marques – part owner of Ruggles Green. He will offer the challenges and rewards of building green from the perspective of a business owner/operator.

Barbara Denson – Director of Origination for Global Markets, Green Grid Roof System at Weston Solutions, Inc. She will present Weston’s green rooftop program.

Rives Taylor – Principal Director of Sustainable Design, Gensler.

Location: 711 Louisiana Street, Suite 400, Houston Texas 77002
Time: Tuesday, February 22, 2011 @ 6:10 PM
 
*One hour panel discussion*
*Networking sessions afterwards*
*Snacks/drinks will be provided*
*No charge to attend*
 
PLEASE RSVP for the event by February 18, 2011 at Houston@CleanEconomyNetwork.org

Download the event flyer HERE.

CEN-HOUSTON CLEANTECH NETWORKING EVENT

SOLAR TECHNOLOGIES AND DEPLOYMENT, July 27, 2010
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Upcoming Event: CEN-Houston and University of Houston Present Renewable Energy Careers Today: A Panel Discussion, April 5, 2010

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Houston Cleantech Inovation and Entrepreneurship Event, March 18, 2010

Please join us as Paul guides us through the developing landscape of Cleantech industry technologies and the business behind them in our upcoming event on March 18, 2010 (Thursday). As you join us in learning about the latest in industry news from one of the Cleantech's insiders, meet with other Houston clean energy professionals and enthusiasts from CEN as well as World Affairs Council! 
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Houston Solar and Networking Event, November 3

Please join us in our upcoming event on solar energy on November 3, 2009 (Tuesday). Come out to meet with the Houston clean energy professionals and enthusiasts! Feel free to invite your colleagues and friends who might be interested.

 
When:   6pm, Nov. 3, 2009
Where: Private room at McCormick and Schmick's Uptown Park
              1151-1 Uptown Park Blvd., Houston, TX 77056
              713.840.7900
What: Panel discussion on solar in Houston followed by networking (panelists include Prof. Shay Curran from UH, Mr. Burt Chao from Simmons & Co., Mr. Michael Hansen from Ignite Solar, and Mr. John Gardner from SRE3.
RSVP: Houston@rebn.org by Nov. 1.

hors d’oeuvres will be provided
no charge to attend
bring your business cards for door prizes


Thank you and look forward to meeting with you at the event!
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Website Migration - Nov. 1, 2009

Please note that we will migrate to our new website http://cleaneconomynetwork.org at the end of October of 2009 as a result of the recent merger between REBN and the Clean Economy Network. The Houston Chapter will have its own webpage at the new website. If you want to join the group, please join at the new website as well. Our listserv at google group will be kept but won't be updated in the future. If you have any questions, please email us at Houston@rebn.org. Thank you.

Are You Ready?

Economic Recovery
Environmental Recovery

Renewable energy is at the forefront of both of these issues. Issues the presidential administration has made a priority.

Houston is poised to be the nation's leader in renewable energy. We are already the hydrocarbon based energy leader. We have the ability, and the responsibility, to lead the transition from carbon positive energy to carbon neutral Energy. Much of the infrastructure is already in place. We are a technology leader. We have a higher concentration of energy knowledge than any other city. So what are we missing?

You!

We are missing you: The entrepreneurial minded individual, the energy professional, the ancillary services professional, the business professional, the professor, the researcher, the engaged student. We need you to join us in leading the nation in the transition from traditional thought, to renewable energy!


We look forward to seeing you in future events and continuing to work with you as the leaders in the Renewable Energy Revolution.