Energy Industry Leader to Speak at Power Lunch on March 13, 2014

Martha Dodge, professor of practice and director of energy systems engineering at Lehigh University, will present Distributed Energy Systems and Microgrids.

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Join us at the Green Energy Training Center in Allentown, PA.

Allentown, PA (PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Martha Dodge, professor of practice and director of energy systems engineering at Lehigh University, will present Distributed Energy Systems and Microgrids on Thursday, March 13, 2014, from noon to 1 p.m. at the Green Energy Training Center, 1005 Brookside Rd., Allentown, PA. Lunch is included in this free event, part of Sustainable Energy Fund’s Power Lunch series. The public is invited to attend and registration is required. To register, log on to http://www.energypath.org/PowerLunches.aspx or call 610-264-4440 for more information.

Dodge is an energy industry leader with broad business and utility operations experience, including generation, transmission, and distribution design, planning, budgeting and project management. Dodge joined Lehigh University in April 2011 following an extensive career with PPL.

The goal of the Power Lunch series is to increase the knowledge of energy users to create a passion for sustainable energy. Speakers address a variety of sustainable energy topics related to energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy from basic concepts to more advanced, technical information.

Sustainable Energy Fund, a nonprofit organization, assists energy users in overcoming financial, educational and regulatory barriers to a sustainable energy future. Sustainable Energy Fund provides a variety of services including financing energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy projects; educating the leaders of today and tomorrow to create a passion for sustainable energy; and representing the interests of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy in proceedings before the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.


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