Solar Energy: What it means for USC, the Community and You

"We Are USC Dornsife" Event Series

Join fellow USC alumni, parents and friends for a discussion about the future of solar energy.
Solar Energy: What it means for USC, the Community and You

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Tuesday, January 22, 2013 22/01/2013 18:30:00 22/01/2013 20:30:00 6 Solar Energy: What it means for USC, the Community and YouJoin fellow USC alumni, parents and friends for a discussion about the future of solar energy.
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Annenberg Community Beach House
Pool House Sand & Sea Room
$20 until Jan. 21, $25 at door.
213-740-5196

Join fellow USC alumni, parents and friends for a discussion about the future of solar energy. Our panel of experts will highlight the cutting edge research and teaching within the USC Dornsife Department fo Chemistry, share the practical approach for homeowners from the Los Angeles Department fo Water & Power, and illustrate how commercial companies are giving back to the community.

Featuring:

Stephen Bradforth, USC Dornsife Professor of Chemistry

Arash Saidi, LADWP Electrical Engineering Associate

Anthony Folsom, CEO of I.E.I. Engergy Consultants, LLC

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The Annenberg Community Beach House was originally developed during the Gold Coast era of the 1920s by William Randolph Hearst for actress Marion Davies and was a hot spot on Santa Monica's Gold Coast, with Hearst and Davies entertaining luminaries from the Hollywood set, such as Charlie Chaplin, Louis B. Mayer, Samuel Goldwyn, Greta Garbo, Clark Gable and other stars of the day. Redeveloped after damage from the 1994 Northridge Earthquake, the Beach House has been awarded a Gold LEED rating from the US Green Building Council.

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