Return Port Townsend Journal
Community Planning around the Solar Energy Resource.
Exhibits of Sun Pods and Microinverters that are State of the art technology
Click video to view 3 min conversation with Tim Bailey
"Fundamental Strengths of Solar Energy for Local Development"
Justin Davis, Design and Development Team Member, Grow Community Project, Bainbridge WA
The May Energy Lunch Program features a discussion of an eight acre housing development on Bainbridge Island that was launched a year ago with the use of green solar energy at the center of its plan.
When planning a community around solar the only real issue is how much solar energy is available and how will that energy be captured and used in the community plan.
Our Key Speaker, Mr. Justin Davis of the Grow Community Project brings us the details of this bold new project.
Click video to view…
Making a Local Transition to Non-Carbon Fuels
Dr. John H. Holbrook, CEO
NHThree LLC, Richland WA
The transition to non-carbon fuels described by Dr. Holbrook can result in the local production of these fuels from renewable energy supplied by county-based sun, wind, and water as well as by the seasonal excesses in regional hydropower/wind energy locally delivered by the Bonneville Power Administration.
Click Video to Play
Washington State Energy Policy Information
Senior Energy Policy Specialist
State Energy Office
Innovation and Policy Priorities Division
Washington Department of Commerce
Tim speaks about the evolution of our Washington Energy Policy and future projects here in Washington State.
Click Video to Play
Real Time Monitoring of Electric Energy Supplyand Use
Lessons from a 73 year-old Energy Cooperative - OPALCO
Building Energy Systems
Paul Cronauer, owner of The Landing Mall, speaks about the changes he is making in an effort to reduce energy dependence on the Grid. Click Here
Global Energy Discussion
Ammonia - Fuel
Local Energy Projects
Marine Energy Generation