AltaTerra Research is pleased to announce thefirst web conference in a series of events on environmental issues inthe solar industry. “First Solar: Toward a Sustainable PV Industry,”featuring Lisa Krueger, Vice President of Sustainable Development atFirst Solar, will be held Tuesday, August 25th at 9:00 am Pacific/12:00 noon Eastern.
Whilesolar power provides significant environmental benefits compared toconventional power generation, including substantially reducing carbondioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions, there is increasingrecognition of the opportunities for solar companies at each step ofthe supply chain to provide even greater environmental benefits.
FirstSolar (FSLR), developer and manufacturer of thin film solar modules, isa leader and innovator in environmental responsibility in the solarindustry.
During“First Solar: Toward a Sustainable PV Industry”, Ms. Krueger, who headsFirst Solar’s sustainable development group, will explain First Solar’ssustainability approach, experience, and plans for the future.
Inaddition, she will offer a perspective on achieving a sustainable solarindustry, including the economics and market value of sustainability,and opportunities for cooperation.
Further details about the web conference and registration are available on the event webpage: www.altaterra.net/event/firstsolar.
Alimited number of press passes are available. About AltaTerra ResearchFounded in 2007, AltaTerra Research is the first research consultancydedicated to corporate environmental sustainability and commercialmarkets for clean technology solutions. With consulting services,industry research reports and executive events, AltaTerra helpsbusiness leaders make informed decisions on green business. Currenttopics include commercial solar and green power, the corporate carbonfootprint, carbon credits and environmentally-friendly productstrategy. More information is available at www.AltaTerra.net.
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