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    NW NORTHWEST August Monthly AESP NW Networking Meeting we are the future of energy 2011 Legislative Session: What it means for Energy Conservation State
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      August Monthly

      AESP NW

      Networking Meeting


             we are "the future of energy">>




      "2011 Legislative Session:

      What it means for Energy Conservation"

      State Representative Jules Bailey


      Wednesday, August 17th @ 5:30 to 7:00 PM


      Meet us at The Guild Public House, 1101 East Burnside

      Have a Signature FoE Drink & Enjoy Happy Hour until 7pm, just for us! $3 draft beers & well drinks

      Appetizers served at 5:30 sharp by your favorite local energy folks


      Speaker: OR State Representative Jules Bailey grew up in the Sunnyside neighborhood of SE Portland, graduated from Lincoln High and Lewis and Clark College with a major in Environmental Studies and International Affairs. After working for OR Sect'y of State Bill Bradbury, Jules did his graduate studies at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. He received his MPA and Urban and Regional Planning with a certification in Environmental Policy. He also speaks Mandarin Chinese.


      In 2009, Jules founded Pareto Global, LLC. Prior to founding Pareto Global, Jules was an economist and sustainable development specialist at ECONorthwest.


      Jules has provided policy and economic analysis, stakeholder integration, and project management for a diverse set of policy and development projects with Pareto Global, ECONorthwest, and in other roles.


      Today, he will address the 2011 Legislative Session and the impact on sustainability and energy conservation in Oregon State.


      Location:  The Guild Public House is located in a LEED Platinum building.  The heating and cooling for the space are geothermal and the water is from a well. The tap water from The Guild is bottled and sold to local businesses (and in most cases delivered by bike). They recycle and compost and conserve at every opportunity. The space is outfitted by unique Portland artists. The building operator of this LEED building will be on hand to answer any questions and provide a history.


      Grub:            The House will be providing tasty fare at no cost to the guests. Happy hour pricing will be extended through to 7:00 PM, just for us! A special Maker's Manhattan drink ($5.50) will be served along with their standard six taps of local microbrews, large selection of bottled beers, rotating cask selection and creative list of cocktails and mocktails. 5% of all the profits go to local charities.


      AESP NW's mission is to provide a networking and educational forum for energy professionals. By utilizing the diverse expertise and leadership of its members, the group works to promote practical solutions for enhancing the role of energy efficiency and renewable energy in consumer choices, and market dynamics; and communicate how they relate to major global problems such as global climate change, peak energy, and sustainability.

       Find out more about AESP here: http://www.aesp.org/

      Now on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Future-of-Energy/160980010602167

      To see more about AESPNW and join our listserv visit: www.futureofenergypdx.org

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