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View from the Top—Renewable Energy: Paper Tiger or Green Giant?

Presentations from View from the Top, held March 16, 2010, in Palo Alto, CA. The event was produced by the MIT Alumni Association in conjunction with the MIT Club of Northern California and with support from MIT Professional Education.

Panelists:
Thomas G. Burns '62, SM '63, Director of Strategic Planning, Strategic Energy and Economic Research, Inc.
Barry Cinnamon '80, Chief Executive Officer, Akeena Solar
Ray Rothrock SM '78, Managing General Partner, Venrock Associates

Moderator:
Douglas Spreng '65

Host:
Harbo Jensen PhD '74, Vice President, Chevron Global Technology Services

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