We’d like to extend a sincere THANK YOU to everyone who made switch~ at eTown Hall a HUGE success. We will have more photos and a highlight video up here soon, but until then, here’s a sneak peek!
Have you ever wondered…
…what Doomsday Preppers can teach us about selling green?
…why the pitchforks are coming for our utilities and what we can do about it?
…how we can get beyond incremental fixes to build our energy future?
…what we really mean by “utility of the future?”
…where hybrid rickshaws and digital kerosene will take us?
We don’t know the answers to these questions yet, but you can! Buy your ticket to switch~ at eTown Hall today!
Once again, this community has risen to the occasion and flooded us with high quality, thought provoking energy topics for the next switch~. It was tough, but we’ve made our selection and are already counting down the days to another fabulous event! This switch~ is loaded with talented speakers covering topics ranging from energy in our local communities to international sustainability advances. View our speaker bios here!
|Is “more of better less”?||Brad Queen
|The Pitchforks Are Coming||Chuck Ray
|What We Talk About When We Talk About The Utility Of The Future||Dan Cross-Call
Rocky Mountain Institute
|What Doomsday Preppers Teach us about Selling Green||Danielle Vitoff
|Creating Digital Kerosene||Julia Alvarez
|Building our Energy Future — Why we need to go beyond the incrementalist approach||Justin Spencer
|Solar Thermal||Laurent Meillon
Capitol Solar Energy
|Surya Conversions: The Rise of the Hybrid Rickshaw||Maithreyi Gopalakrishnan
Surya Conversions LLC
|Creating meaning in energy science||Rudy Kahsar
University of Colorado Energy Club
|China’s Great Coal Migration||Richard Martin
Did Labor Day throw a wrench in your schedule? We’ve heard from several of you that you plan to submit but need a little more time to refine your topics. So, we’re honoring your requests and extending the topic deadline to Friday, September 12th.
switch~ at eTown Hall is seeking speakers who have:
No professional speaking experience is necessary. No honorarium will be paid; this is an all-volunteer event. To learn more, visit us at http://switchenergy.wordpress.com/.
Topic submission will be open from August 25-September 8.
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Association for Energy Services Professionals (RM-AESP) has hosted four switch~ events since 2012 and each one has sold out!
Tickets for switch~ at eTown Hall will be available September 2, stay tuned for more information!
Presented in partnership with RM-AESP, switch~ is an all-volunteer event organization that operates under a 501(c)3, spreading ground-breaking thought on sustainable energy.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2
TOPIC SUBMITTAL OPEN
AUGUST 25-SEPTEMBER 8