For Immediate Release
Friday, March 26, 2010
Colorado State University to Feature Hunter Lovins at Clean Energy Supercluster and Cenergy Expo April 19
Note to Reporters: A photo of Hunter Lovins is available with the news release at http://www.news.colostate.edu/.
FORT COLLINS - Hunter Lovins, a renowned author and champion of sustainable development who Time magazine named millennium “Hero for the Planet,” will speak at Colorado State University’s second annual Cenergy Clean Tech Expo on April 19.
The Cenergy Clean Tech Expo will be held in the North Ballroom of the Lorry Student Center from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and will showcase cutting-edge clean energy research from CSU.
Registration for this event is free, and includes breakfast and lunch. To register, go to, http://18.104.22.168/ces/expo_reg.php?Register=Register.
Lovins is the founder and president of Natural Capitalism Inc., and Natural Capitalism Solutions, a non-profit in Eldorado Springs, Colo. She has addressed the World Economic Forum, U.S. Congress, World Summit on Sustainable Development, as well as hundreds of other major conferences.
Hunter was one of four people from North America to serve as a delegate to the United Nations preparatory conference for Europe and North America for the World Summit on Sustainable Development. She co-founded the prestigious Rocky Mountain Institute in Aspen and has been a champion of sustainability for more than 30 years.
Last year’s Cenergy expo included more than 250 attendees. The event will feature poster presentations from Clean Energy Supercluster faculty members, as well as presentations from several university clean energy startup companies.
The mission of the CSU Clean Energy Supercluster is to deliver solutions in clean energy through more effective partnering with the clean energy industry, governments, investors, and the public to rapidly develop product opportunities emerging from CSU’s world-class clean energy research. More than 100 CSU faculty members in all eight colleges are directly involved in this institution-wide effort.
Cenergy is the business component of the Clean Energy Supercluster. Professor Bryan Willson in mechanical engineering serves as the director of the Clean Energy Supercluster and chief scientific officer of Cenergy, overseeing the clean energy research activities of the university. Tim Reeser, as the chief operating officer for Cenergy, focuses on forging business alliances and developing new commercial opportunities for the results of that research.
For more information about the Clean Energy Supercluster, go to http://energy.colostate.edu/index.html.