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TXSES -Annual Meeting Jan 19, 2013

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  • mkewert@comcast.net
    HREG s parent organization, the Texas Solar Energy Society, will have its annual meeting a week from Saturday in Austin, and anyone who can make it up there is
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 9, 2013
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      HREG's parent organization, the Texas Solar Energy Society, will have its annual meeting a week from Saturday in Austin, and anyone who can make it up there is welcome to attend. See the details below. At the board meeting tonight it was also mentioned that it would be great to hear what chapter members around the state would like to see from TXSES.  Even though membership is only $25/yr ($35/yr if you join as an HREG chapter member & HREG gets $10), the numbers have fallen below 200 statewide.

      So, if you have any good ideas for TXSES to make membership more appealing, please send them to me at mkewert@...

      Thank you,
      Mike, HREG representative to the TXSES board


      From: "Texas Solar Energy Society" <lucy@...>
      To: mewert@...
      Sent: Monday, January 7, 2013 4:35:09 PM
      Subject: Reminder! TXSES -Annual Meeting Jan 19, 2013

      Texas Solar Energy Society


       
         TXSES
       Annual Meeting

            Saturday
        Jan. 19, 2013


      Snacks provided, but please do BYO water bottle or cup.

      TXSES is a member of the American Solar Energy Society, shinning light on the solution since 1954.
         The Texas Solar Energy Society
      Annual Meeting

      Saturday,January 19, 2013
                             1:00-3:00 pm


      Join us again at Las Casas Verdes, Austin's first true all solar neighborhood.  We will briefly cover basic TXSES business, look at the year ahead and solicit ideas from you on possible future projects.

      We'll hear from Dr. Gary Vliet, a founder and longtime TXSES supporter. He's been using solar car kits to educate elementary students - future utility users- on power from the sun. A recipient of a DOE Solar America Cities grant for his program, he's looking to expand this learning tool around the state. 

              IT"S OFFICIAL! THE GRADUATE STUDENTS                                           ARE COMING!
      Daniel Noll and Colleen Dawes, graduate students at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, will discuss their study on the diffusion of solar pv in the U.S. residential market. Part of the study focuses on the influence of non-profit organizations (like TXSES) and information networks on the adoption of solar.


      Please join us on January 19! Our hosts, David and Rhonda Martin, will again show folks around this all solar development, which is filling out nicely. You'll recognize one of the homes gracing the cover of the 2012 ASES National Solar Tour guidebook, a compliment to David's vision of a solar powered community.    

      Warm regards, 
      Lucy Stolzenburg

                   Please RSVP to lucy@...

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