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Nick: the age of the micro-grid
Off-Grid expert Nick Rosen is giving a talk in Denver October 21st.

Is nuclear power a “Green” energy solution? What is the UK view? Is it a viable option for mitigating climate change? Can small nuclear energy modules provide the energy for off-grid communities – and in particular the baseload power required to make solar and wind power plants continuously productive?

All these questions and more will be addressed by Nick,  founder of the www.off-grid.net web site,  at the Denver Art Museum on the evening of Thursday, October 22nd.  The seminar is titled Mondo Energy.’ Because of limited seating, the free tickets for the event, along with more information, should be obtained in advance by visiting http://www.MondoEnergy.org.

Nick Rosen and co-speaker Gwyneth Cravens  will be holding a book-signing opportunity from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Presentations run from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. In addition to answering some of the most commonly cited questions, speakers will address: the role of nuclear power in the clean energy mix; the “Neutron Economy: past, present and future;” and what “Green Incorporated” doesn’t want you to know.

Nick will be in Denver until Saturday holding meetings about future off-grid settlements and the role of miniature nuclear reactors in powering them.


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Speakers will include Gwyneth Cravens, author of ‘Power to Save the World;’ Dr. Roger Pielke, professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder; Dr. Robert Amme, professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Denver; the Honorable William C. Anderson, former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Air Force; Nick Rosen, award-winning international producer, journalist and author of “How to Live Off-Grid;” and John R. Grizz Deal, CEO of Hyperion Power Generation, the New Mexico and Colorado-based company

‘The Truth about Nuclear Energy’ will be held at the Denver Art Museum in the Lewis I. Sharp Auditorium and is being sponsored by Denver-based venture capitalists Altira Group, LLC, http://www.altiragroup.com; Hogan & Hartson, LLP attorneys at law with offices in Denver and worldwide, http://www.hhlaw.com; TVC – Technology Ventures Corporation, http://www.techventures.org; EUCI – Electric Utility Consultants, http://www.euci.com; and Hyperion Power Generation, Inchttp://www.hyperionpowergeneration.com.

Off-Grid campaigner and founder Nick Rosen is giving a talk in Denver next week.
Is nuclear power a “Green” energy solution? What is the UK view? Is it a viable option for mitigating climate change? Can small nuclear energy modules provide the energy for off-grid communities – and in particular the baseload power required to make solar and wind power plants continuously productive?
All these questions and more will be addressed at the Denver Art Museum on the evening of Thursday, October 22nd at a free seminar Mondo Energy.’ Because of limited seating, the free tickets for the event, along with more information, should be obtained in advance by visiting http://www.MondoEnergy.org.
Nick Rosen and co-speaker Gwyneth Cravens  will be holding a book-signing opportunity from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. Presentations run from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. In addition to answering some of the most commonly cited questions, speakers will address: the role of nuclear power in the clean energy mix; the “Neutron Economy: past, present and future;” and what “Green Incorporated” doesn’t want you to know.
Nick will be in Denver until Saturday holding meetings about future off-grid settlements and the role of miniature nuclear reactors in powering them.
Speakers will include Gwyneth Cravens, author of ‘Power to Save the World;’ Dr. Roger Pielke, professor of Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder; Dr. Robert Amme, professor of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Denver; the Honorable William C. Anderson, former Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Air Force; Nick Rosen, award-winning international producer, journalist and author of “How to Live Off-Grid;” and John R. Grizz Deal, CEO of Hyperion Power Generation, the New Mexico and Colorado-based company
‘The Truth about Nuclear Energy’ will be held at the Denver Art Museum in the Lewis I. Sharp Auditorium and is being sponsored by Denver-based venture capitalists Altira Group, LLC, http://www.altiragroup.com; Hogan & Hartson, LLP attorneys at law with offices in Denver and worldwide, http://www.hhlaw.com; TVC – Technology Ventures Corporation, http://www.techventures.org; EUCI – Electric Utility Consultants, http://www.euci.com; and Hyperion Power Generation, Inc: http://www.hyperionpowergeneration.com.

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2 Responses to “Nick Rosen in Denver”

  1. aron

    Hi, love the site. I just can not seem to get the proper email. anyone know what it is.

    Aron

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  2. Wretha

    Way to go Nick! Glad to know you are on this side of the pond again… :)

    Reply

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