[Post-sustainability-committee] Tonight: Solar & Offshore Wind: Can renewable energy work for Long Island?

William Achnitz William.Achnitz at liu.edu
Mon Apr 13 12:39:04 EDT 2015

Tonight's event:


Join us for an evening of presentations and panel discussion including industry, policy and academic experts in the fields of solar and wind energy. Speakers will include Clint Plummer from Deepwater Wind, Stephanie McClellan from University of Delaware, and Carlo Lanza from Harvest Power LLC.

Monday, April 13, 2015
7 - 9 p.m. | Registration and refreshments at 6:30 p.m.
Tilles Center at LIU Post

Clint serves as Vice President of Development for Deepwater Wind, where he manages the company's pre-construction project development activities. Previously, Clint served as Vice President of Asset Development and Underwriting for Endurant Energy, and before that, as founder and President of Redwood Power Company. Clint earned his Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Ohio State University and his Master's Degree in Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Stephanie McClellan is the Director of the Special Initiative on Offshore Wind (SIOW) at the University of Delaware. Prior to starting the SIOW, McClellan served as Director of Strategic Initiatives and Outreach for the Google-backed Atlantic Wind Connection. As Policy Director for Delaware Governor Jack A. Markell, she witnessed first hand the struggles of a state that is willing but not able to capitalize on its abundant wind energy resources. McClellan holds a Ph.D in public policy and an M.A. in Community Economic Development.

Carlo Lanza is a founding member of Harvest Power LLC. Harvest Power is a Long Island based solar energy firm servicing the residential, commercial, and megawatt scale sectors of the market. Mr. Lanza is chairman of LISEA, the Long Island Solar Energy Industries Association, and works closely with PSEGLI staff and local policy makers to promote the solar energy industry. Mr. Lanza is a NABCEP certified installer and an expert in photovoltaic design and construction. He has a passion for advancing the industry and a goal to see real change in the way we produce and use energy through renewables in New York State and beyond. Carlo Lanza is a second generation General Contractor with over 20 years in business management and development experience. In the past six years at Harvest, Mr. Lanza has used his business and construction expertise to continually grow the Harvest team.
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For more information about the event, please call 516-299-2233.

For more information on LIU Post's Master's of Science (M.S.) Program in Environmental Sustainability or information on the Department of Earth and Environmental Science, contact Margaret.Boorstein at liu.edu<mailto:Margaret.Boorstein at liu.edu>.

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