Does anyone know off-hand what are the project’s technology, system design, financial and economic development aspects Thanks. ... From: Kevin ConlinMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 2, 2009View Source
Does anyone know off-hand what are
"the project’s technology, system design, financial and economic development aspects"
--- On Tue, 6/2/09, Kevin Conlin <kevin@...> wrote:
From: Kevin Conlin <kevin@...>
Subject: [hreg] FW: Public meeting to discuss the Pecan Street Project - June 23rd
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 5:36 PM
Just thought I would forward the latest from that horrible organization, TREIA!
Now they’re supporting a 300MW renewable project within the city limits of Austin .
What are they thinking?
13534 Quetzal Lane
Houston, TX 77083
From: Scott Kornfeld [mailto:scott. kornfeld@ gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2009 3:34 PM
To: kevin@heliosolardes ign.com
Subject: Public meeting to discuss the Pecan Street Project - June 23rd
You are invited to learn about and provide input to the "Pecan Street Project", the effort to implement 300 MW of renewable energy generation within the city limits of Austin . Please mark your calendars for the
Pecan Street Project
Tuesday, June 23, 2009
3:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Capital Area Workforce Board
6505 Airport Blvd., Suite 101 - E
Austin , TX 78752
The Pecan Street Project is an initiative charged with exploring the challenges Austin faces in building a modern energy system, including a “smart grid.” On September 25, 2008, the Austin City Council adopted a resolution directing the city to work with Environmental Defense Fund and other community stakeholders, to conduct an analysis of system improvements, technology advances, business models, and public investments that would enable Austin Energy to more fully develop its capacity for the distributed generation of clean energy.
You are invited to learn about and provide input to the Austin Pecan Street Project, the effort to implement 300 MW of renewable energy generation within the city limits.
Attendees will be provided information about the project, followed by an invitation to participate in breakout sessions encouraging discussion and soliciting feedback about the project’s technology, system design, financial and economic development aspects.
The project is a partnership among the City of Austin , Austin Energy, University of Texas , the Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce and Environmental Defense Fund. The project has already garnered 11 corporate partnerships, including Dell Inc., IBM Corporation, Intel, Cisco Systems and others.
This email was sent to kevin@heliosolardes ign.com by scott.kornfeld@ gmail.com
Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association | P. O. Box 16469 | Austin, Texas 78761-6469 | United States