Posted March 14, 2013
"Green Energy" is the topic of the noon–1:30 p.m. March 15 Idaho State University Faculty Development Seminar by Jeff Chritz, consulting engineer, Pocatello.
The seminar will be held in Room B-06 of the ISU Eli Oboler Library and will be broadcast to Room 160 at the Tingey Administration Building at the Center for Higher Education at University Place in Idaho Falls, Room 508 at ISU-Meridian and Room C-89 at ISU-Twin Falls at the College of Southern Idaho in Twin Falls.
According to organizers, as the population of the Earth grows past 7 billion, human beings are changing fundamentally the planet that is our home. Deforestation, carbon monoxide, garbage, global warming; all of these issues will continue to affect mankind in the coming years. What can we do about it?
As technology progresses, we can find alternative sources of energy, combined with means for reducing our energy usage and increasing our energy efficiency, that give us promise for a better future. Come and find out what you can do to ensure a better future for all of us.
The speaker is the founder and CEO of a startup aimed at giving people the tools to monitor and reduce their own energy usage.
This academic forum is sponsored by the ISU Office of Academic Affairs, the ISU College of Science and Engineering, the ISU Department of Electrical Engineering and the Bannock Development Corporation.
For more information, contact ISU Department of Electrical Engineering Professor and Chair S. Hossein Mousavinezhad, 208-282-3292.