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October 2010: San Antonio, Energy Efficiency and Geo-Thermal Energy Conversation at C4 Workspace

October 2010:  San Antonio’s October Green Business Networking
Energy Efficiency and Geo-Thermal Energy Conversation at C4 Workspace

In October, 2010, the Texas Green Network San Antonio Chapter hosted a discussion on Energy Efficiency and Geo-Thermal Energy.  Our speakers were Matthew Johnson, Clean Energy Advocate for Public Citizen and Randy Carroll-Bradd, Engineering Manager at EH Systems.

About our Speakers:
Matthew Johnson is a clean energy advocate with Public Citizen’s Texas office, where he has focused on promoting energy efficiency policy at the state and city level for the past three years. Most notably he was a member of the City of Austin’s Generation Resource Planning Task Force in 2009 and organized the Clean Energy for Austin coalition which helped Austin City Council pass the Resource & Climate Protection Plan in April, 2010. Prior to Public Citizen, Matthew earned his MA in Sustainable Development at the SIT Graduate Institute in Brattleboro, VT.

Randy Carroll-Bradd is the Engineering Manager at EH Systems, a green building-material manufacturer, in New Braunfels.  Long interested in alternative and appropriate technologies, Randy serves on CPS Energy’s Citizens Advisory Committee as well as their Green Ribbon Committee. Randy is Conservation Committee Co-Chair for the Alamo Group of the Sierra Club. He also belongs to the Alamo City Electric Auto Association and is currently (pun!) converting a small truck to all-electric drive. He and his family live in San Antonio, having come from Southern California where he earned a B.S. Degree in Industrial Technology, Manufacturing from California State University at Long Beach.

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