[NMSEA-news] New Solar Academy In Espanola, New Mexico

News from New Mexico Solar Energy Association nmsea-news at nmsea.org
Wed Jan 16 09:25:35 MST 2008


*We received notice today about an important meeting in Santa Fe on 
Friday that you might be interested in.
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>> SANTA FE GREEN BUSINESS NETWORK
>> Press Release & Calendar Listing & Invitation
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>> Contact; Matthew Ellis 
>> 505.577.3902                                                          
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>> _hopscotchdesign at hotmail.com_ 
>> <mailto:hopscotchdesign at hotmail.com>         
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>> FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     
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>>  January 14, 2007                                                    
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>> MAYOR OF ESPANOLA AND NORTHERN NEW MEXICO COLLEGE PROFESSOR OF 
>> SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TO SPEAK AT SANTA FE’S MONTHLY GREEN NETWORK 
>> BREAKFAST.
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>> Santa Fe’s introduction to the new Solar Energy Academy and Research Park
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>> at Northern New Mexico College.
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>> Friday, January 18, 2008 7:30-9 am.
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>> Whole Foods Market Community Room.
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>> 753 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe (The smaller free standing building at 
>> the front of the parking lot).
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>> Dr. Andres Salazar chair of Science and Technology at Northern New 
>> Mexico College and The Honorable Mayor Joseph Maestas of Espanola 
>> will introduce Santa Fe to the regional endeavor addressing the 
>> development and implementation of cutting edge solar energy research 
>> and development through the new Solar Energy Academy and Research 
>> Park at Northern New Mexico College in Espanola. This new 
>> undergraduate and graduate school of Solar Energy & Engineering is 
>> being established with its first classes to begin in the fall. In 
>> addition to providing the region’s historically marginalized youth 
>> with education and training for high wage paying in-demand technology 
>> and engineering jobs, this program also serves as a direct 
>> remediation to the regional economic impact of the downsizing of Los 
>> Alamos National Laboratories by providing a positive redirection for 
>> Northern New Mexico’s available science and technology talent through 
>> the creation of this important solar research to market facility. To 
>> say the long term positive “green” economic and educational 
>> implications for Northern New Mexico are huge, is an understatement. 
>> Please join us and learn more! Also on the agenda may be an update 
>> from the folks organizing sustainability forums for candidates 
>> running for local office.
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>> About The Santa Fe Green Business Network
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>> For over two years, this group has been meeting once a month (third 
>> Fridays unless otherwise noted) to exchange ideas & visions and 
>> co-educate each other in all aspects of sustainability. Since its 
>> inception, the network has grown to over 200 local and regional 
>> members. The meeting is primarily a networking opportunity with a 
>> presentation given at each meeting by a local “green” business, 
>> individual, or organization. This is an open networking opportunity 
>> for all who are concerned with or engaged in fostering a more 
>> sustainable and equitable community. Free and open to the entire 
>> community. Complimentary coffee, pastries, and meeting space is 
>> provided by Whole Foods Market. Sponsored by Whole Foods Market and 
>> the Santa Fe Alliance.
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>> For more information, please contact Matthew Ellis at 505.577.3902 or 
>> hopscotchdesign at hotmail.com <mailto:hopscotchdesign at hotmail.com>
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>>  
>> Matthew J Ellis
>> 8 Emory Pass
>> Rancho Viejo
>> Santa Fe NM 87508
>> 505.577.3902
>> Matthew Ellis
>> William Siegal Gallery 
>> 540 South Gudalupe Street 
>> Santa Fe, NM 87501
>> 505.820.3300
>> matthew at williamsiegal.com <mailto:matthew at williamsiegal.com>
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