Impact Session #5 Covers Clean Tech on April 21

Get ready for the next Impact Session! This month’s topic: CleanTech.  We’ve run into some very cool projects in NYC from people and start-ups that are taking strides to improve energy efficiency, reduce consumption, and showcase renewable energy.  See speakers below.
A reminder: Suggested Donation amount $5, to cover snacks and beverages, feel free to bring wine or beer, and get ready to have some fun.
Since space is limited, please be sure to RSVP. Please note our location in downtown Brooklyn. Doors at 7:30, speakers start at 8:00!

Jackson Lehr, Vice President California Bioenergy
California Bioenergy (CalBio) is a renewable energy company that seeks out and develops opportunities to convert biomass into clean energy sources.
Jackson Lehr is a vice president with CalBio.  He brings a combination of engineering, construction and environmental business experience to the CalBio team. He is also currently a partner in GO Ventures, one of the co-founders of CalBio.
Jeremy R. M. Shannon, AIA, Passive House Consultant
The Passive House concept and design represents today’s highest energy standard with the promise of slashing the heating energy consumptions of buildings by an amazing 90%.
Jeremy is currently a Passive House consultant and architect for Prospect Architecture. He also is an instructor at the Parsons School of Design.

John Humphrey, President, SEPartners
SEP is a nationally recognized clean energy consulting firm. In addition, Carbon Harmony, a carbon offset platform created by SEPartners, is taking action against climate change by offsetting events and concerts such as Sasquatch! music festival.
John Humphrey founded SEPartners, Sollega, and Carbon Harmony.  He is also a volunteer for Engineers Without Borders and recently spent time in Haiti helping power a school with solar energy.

Daniel Riegel, Technology Officer, EnergyHub
EnergyHub is a venture-backed startup developing systems that reduce home energy consumption and save consumers money.  We empower consumers with in-home tools to identify, and rein-in, the energy hogs in the home.
Daniel and Melissa are our gracious hosts of the event,  and they truely have an incredible space for this type of event!  ( If we get a warm evening there is rooftop deck)

Presentations last 10-15 mins followed by 5 min Q&A.  There will be a 15 minute break after the 2nd speaker, and additional time at the end of the evening to mingle and meet the speakers.