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Clean Cities-Atlanta Starts a New Lunch & Learn Series
Clean Cities-Atlanta Starts a New Lunch & Learn Series

Clean Cities-Atlanta is starting a Lunch & Learn series featuring experts to share insight on alternative fuels, technological advancements and policies in the energy industry. The first event, sponsored by Georgia Power, will be on May 18th and is open to individuals who register online at www.cleancitiesatlanta.com. The event will contain a networking portion followed by a presentation.

The following information was published by CC-A about the Lunch & Learn:

This event is open to Members and Non-members and will include a Clean Cities-Atlanta Coalition Update, ARRA Grant Update, a City of Atlanta EV Readiness Update, and featuring presentations from industry leaders.

Richard Palmieri of Siemens Industry, Inc. will be speaking about electric vehicle infrastructure and impact on the smart grid. Michael Granoff of Better Place will be speaking about mass adoption of electric vehicles - the challenges, a working model and opportunities for 21st century American leadership and prosperity.

This event will also feature a Chevy Volt on display. Attendees have the opportunity to view the Volt first hand, ask questions, and learn more about the technology.

To learn more about CC-A, or to register for this event please visit www.cleancitiesatlanta.com.

The upcoming events for the Lunch & Learn:

May 18, 2011
Lunch & Learn sponsored by Georgia Power
June 16, 2011
Lunch & Learn sponsored by AGL Resources
September 27, 2011
Lunch & Learn sponsored by Coca-Cola Refreshments
October 13, 2011
Lunch & Learn

Information was provided by Centergy Group and Clean Cities-Atlanta.

About Centergy Group:

Centergy Group, owned and operated by University of Georgia Alumnus David Mook, is a professional consulting firm based in Atlanta, GA. They offer a variety of services ranging from project, portfolio and event management to graphic design and website development. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations of CC-A, they also own and operate the Annual Georgia Environmental Conference (GeorgiaENet.com). For more information about Centergy Group visit www.centergygroup.com.

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