Energy Technology Seminar Series off to a good start

Dear Fellow Sustainable Energy Technology Enthusiasts,

This year's seminar series is off to a great start. Thus far, we've hosted The University's own Sustainability Coordinator, Cherie Peacock, as well as Ryan Pitcher, Director of Idaho State's Energy Systems Technology Education Center. This week features Tom Bishop, President of Sunelco, and a veteran of sustainable Energy Technology.

The remainder of the schedule is as follows:

Cherie Peacock
LEED Certification, Climate Action Plan, Carbon Neutrality
Ryan Pitcher
College of Technology at Idaho State University
Tom Bishop
A View of Sustainble Energy from the Bitterroot Valley
Christopher Preston
Steve Corrick
Algae and Biomass Applications in Montana
Marc Olsen
Strategies for Passing the NABCEP Certificate of Knowledge Exam
Laurie Pratti
A Perspective on Local Jobs in Energy Technology for Missoula
Edi Stan
An Overview of The University of Montana's Recycling Initiatives
Martin Knight
Local Employment Opportunities in the Energy Technology Sector

All talks are held from 12:10 to 1pm in HB06 on East Campus.

The University of Montana’s Energy Technology Program 2013 Spring Seminar series proudly presents:

“A View of Sustainable Energy from the Bitterroot Valley”

Tom Bishop’s perspective on where we’ve come from and where we’re headed as an industry

Wednesday, March 20th 12:10pm – 1:00pm
HB06 East Campus
909 South Avenue West, Missoula, MT 59801