The benefits of renewable energy over fossil fuels are clear. Energy from wind, water, or sun is cleaner and doesn’t cause the same harm to our environment as fossil fuels.
In Nevada, we import most of our energy, meaning we purchase it from out of state and then have to transport it here! So every time we turn on a light or drive we are sending our dollars out of state and bringing pollution home. When we produce energy at home we are benefiting our environment AND our economy. We will learn more about local energy in Nevada and what is being done to create energy here at home.
Are you interested in generating some of your own energy and reducing your carbon footprint? Please join C’Les Jensema, Project Administrator from NV Energy, to learn more about the SolarGenerations program. She’ll share information on NV Energy’s Renewable Generation projects, how a rooftop solar system works, the available incentives and the application process.
IT Business Partner for Innovation
City of Las Vegas
Business Partner for Innovation in the Information Technologies Department of the City of Las Vegas. Focus is on initiatives for smart cities, innovation, civic engagement and open government. In his 18 years with the city, he has served in roles as a Project Management Professional and Account Manager.
Planner for Office of Sustainability
City of Las Vegas
Marco Velotta is a member of the City of Las Vegas Office of Sustainability and assists with the implementation of the City’s Sustainability initiative. He presently assists with the management and implementation of the Sustainable Energy Strategy to conserve and reduce the City’s consumption of energy, water, and waste.
Our luncheons are a great opportunity for networking and education. We meet at the Innevation Center by Switch, right off the I-215 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]
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.
(Please note, actual photo may vary from image here)