Clean Energy Beers is held on the first Monday of every month after work at Uncle Billy’s Brew & Que. The event brings together a wide variety of people from Austin’s growing
Clean Energy Beers is held on the first Monday of every month after work at Uncle Billy’s Brew & Que.
The event brings together a wide variety of people from Austin’s growing clean energy community. At Clean Energy Beers you’ll meet with job hunters looking for work, employers looking for employees, investors looking for inventors, business partners seeking deals, and people who just like hanging around other people who like energy and sustainability. This is a great networking opportunity for anyone who is interested in clean tech in Texas.
“Clean Energy Beers has no formal agenda – it’s laid-back fun, with only one requirement – you have to like at least one of the following: beer, bar-b-que, or clean energy,” said Dr. Michael Webber.
Free to attend, See Uncle Billy’s menu for prices on food and drink
(Monday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST
Validated Parking in Barton Place Garage with Uncle Billy’s Receipt
Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a national organization focused on passing legislation called Carbon Fee and Dividend as a solution to climate change. All chapter meetings gather at 11:30AM, listen to the national
Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a national organization focused on passing legislation called Carbon Fee and Dividend as a solution to climate change. All chapter meetings gather at 11:30AM, listen to the national call-in speaker, and plan upcoming actions for the month until 1:30PM. Choose the meeting most convenient or the one corresponding to your congressional district.
TX-10 (McCaul) and TX-17 (Flores) Chapter: Austin Central
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
4514 Ave B, Austin 78751
contact: Anna Graybeal at 512-680-8259 or email@example.com
TX-21 (Smith) Chapter: Austin Barton Springs
11:30 AM start
1901 Dexter, Austin 78704
contact: Theresa Melomo at firstname.lastname@example.org
TX-25 (Williams) Chapter: Austin-West-Central
11:30 – gather and share light potluck. Meet TX 25 Congressional candidate Chris Perri.
11:40 – Q&A with Congressional candidate Chris Perri on climate change matters
12:00 – listen to national call; discuss actions
1:00 – conduct local business
Location: 4214 Ave D, Austin, TX 78751
TX-31 (Carter) Chapter: Georgetown & Round Rock
11:30 AM start
San Gabriel Unitarian Universalist Church
1322 E. University Avenue, Georgetown TX 78626
contact: Paul Gonin at email@example.com
TX-35 (Doggett): San Marcos & SE Austin
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Pleasant Hill Branch of Austin Public Library, 211 E. William Cannon Dr., Austin, TX 78745
contact: Bob Hendricks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-451-5985
(Saturday) 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
See above for your location
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Joshua D. Rhodes, Ph.D.
Co-author of Report
Joshua D. Rhodes, Ph.D. is a Research Fellow at the Energy Institute and the Webber Energy Group at the University of Texas at Austin. His current research is in the area of smart grid and the bulk electricity system, including spatial system-level applications and impacts of energy efficiency, resource planning, distributed generation, and storage. He is also interested in policy and the impacts that good policy can have on the efficiency of the micro and macro economy, especially policy that utilizes market forces to increase efficiencies. He consults on a broad range of energy topics as well as vetting for novel technologies — often sitting on vetting committees for companies looking to enter Austin’s technology incubators.
Project Manager on Clean Energy Team
Environmental Defense Fund
Sarah came to Environmental Defense Fund over three years ago with a background in economics and environmental issues. As a project manager on the clean energy team, her work at EDF is both state specific and national and she focuses on a wide range of issues such as storage, electric vehicles, and various components of grid modernization. Sarah also assists in the implementation and execution of projects that accelerate technology innovation and market adoption of clean energy. She works to demonstrate the case for the wider implementation of renewables and other clean energy solutions through hard data and sound economics.
Co-author of Report
Dwain began his career in Austin practicing intellectual property law with a focus on high tech and funding of early stage companies.
In 2003, Dwain began work at the Texas General Land Office as a staff attorney, as Special Counsel to the Commissioner, and finally as the Deputy Commissioner for Renewable Energy.
From 2012 until 2016, Dwain served as Transportation and Policy Research Director of the Texas Sustainable Research Institute at UT San Antonio. Dwain also served as a member of the Advisory Board for the Central Texas Fuel Independence Project, and directed research into stationary energy technologies. From 2016 until the present, Dwain has been the Executive Director for CleanTX. Dwain is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, with a Juris Doctor from UT Law School.
Free to attend. Dinner included with Registration.
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
119 Nueces St, Austin, TX 78701
$5 Parking in Galvanize Garage after 6pm