Join us for our monthly luncheon. Each month, we choose a theme that relates to energy, conservation, natural resources or a related topic. We bring together speakers and experts for a lunch of education and great networking.
This month’s theme is our legislative update. What are the bills being signed or proposed and how will they affect us? Let’s catch up on the issues in what has proven to be a very busy political and legislative year.
Our luncheons are a great opportunity for networking and education. We meet at the Innevation Center by Switch, right off the I215 and Decatur exit and minutes from Henderson and the Center of Town. Our agenda includes:
Questions about the meeting? Interested in participating in our raffle? Contact us at [email protected]
Tom Polikalas is the Nevada Representative at the Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP).
The Southwest Energy Efficiency Project (SWEEP) is a public interest organization promoting greater energy efficiency in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Traditionally this is a high growth region where energy efficiency efforts were lagging compared to some other regions, air pollution is a growing concern, and coal-fired power plants provide the majority of electricity supply. Due in large part to the efforts of SWEEP, the region has made great strides in advancing energy efficiency over the past decade.
Jarrett Clark is the Program and Communications Director for the Clean Energy of Nevada. As such, he develops and implements strategic plans for educating and engaging Nevadans on the economic benefits of clean energy development. Clean Energy Project, Inc. (CEP) is a nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to powering the clean energy economy through education and engagement with policy leaders, community leaders and citizens on the economic benefits of fully developing a clean energy economy. CEP builds on existing successful policies and advocates for continued development of the west’s promising clean energy industry.
This is an original photo by local photographer AJ Pagano – visit his site here. The print has a retail value of $385 and is printed on metal using a sublimation process. It has a wooden frame on the back that will make the print stand an inch off the wall. This is a fantastic piece that shows off the beauty of our great state.