Wed, Apr 13|
Decarbonize Now - growing the CLEAN economy for the greater good
As we lean into decarbonizing the economy, Cleantech and clean energy executives and entrepreneurs stand to profit handsomely. Yet the challenges are many: how do we scale the green economy fast enough to avoid climate chaos?
Time & Location
Apr 13, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT
About the event
As we lean into decarbonizing the economy, Cleantech and clean energy executives and entrepreneurs stand to profit handsomely. Yet the challenges are many: how do we scale the green economy (renewables, electrification of everything and other emerging technologies like direct air capture of C02) fast enough to avoid 2 degrees C? Join Tim Montague, M.S., President of the Clean Power Consulting Group and host of the Clean Power Hour podcast for this live webinar describing how cleantech executives can leverage the massive growth in clean energy, transportation, industry, food, fuel and the built environment. He will also describe the CLEAN Power Market Expansion method which is a structured and flexible approach to strategic sales and marketing for technology companies that are on a mission to speed the energy transition. About the speaker: Tim Montague, M.S. is the president of the Clean Power Consulting Group where he works with cleantech entrepreneurs and energy executives to help them go further faster on their mission to decarbonize the economy. He holds the NABCEP PV Technical Sales certification and has originated and developed over 50 MW of solar projects in the Midwest. He hosts the weekly Clean Power Hour podcast which includes interviews with cleantech executives and industry thought leaders as well as a weekly energy transition news update with his co-host John Weaver, a journalist for PV Magazine. Montague is a cleantech expert, coach and consultant with over 30 years of experience in technology, sustainability and triple bottom line business. He spent the last 6 years in solar construction which served as a capstone to his lifelong passion for sustainable economics. He holds a Master of Science in forest ecology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.A. in ecology, evolution and behavior from the University of California at San Diego (UCSD). He is a passionate trail runner, off-grid camping enthusiast, and lover of animals including his two cats Cayenne and Ginger. He has strong ties to Scandinavia where his two sons live and study in Norway. His motto is “Growth for the Greater Good"