Sun Up: Scaling Solar Power in California
Solar power is gaining in popularity as a renewable energy source, yet still remains a small part of California's overall energy supply. How will this situation change, in light of a state plan calling for a massive scaling up of renewable sources by 2030? What factors are driving the ongoing decrease in the price of photovoltaic systems, and what technology, project financing and policy will enhance the availability and affordability of residential, commercial and utility scale solar power? A panel of experts discusses the bright future for sun energy in the Golden State.
- Bob Epstein, Founder, Environmental Entrepreneurs
- Mike Peevey, Chair, California Public Utilities Commission
- Mike Splinter, CEO, Applied Materials
- Nancy McFadden, Senior Vice President, PG&E
Date: Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Location: SF Club Office
Time: 6:00 p.m. program
Cost: $8 members, $15 non-members, students FREE (with valid ID)
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