Michael Krueger, Kristin York to discuss opportunities in the energy efficiency market with Silicon Mountain Network
TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; Silicon Mountain, a networking group of technology professionals in the Tahoe-Truckee region, will meet Monday, April 11, 6-8 p.m. at Tahoe Donner’s Pizza on the Hill, 11509 Northwoods Blvd., Tahoe Donner.
and#8232;and#8232;Michael Krueger, managing director of Kirchner Private Capital Group and Kristin York, Partner Sustainametrics based in Truckee, will discuss how businesses, investors and consumers are looking beyond CleanTech to the emerging energy efficiency sector. “Energy efficiency, a sub-category of CleanTech, is focused on improving energy management throughout the energy supply/demand chain. As the second phase of CleanTech begins to emerge, investors and leading industry players are looking at the energy efficiency sector as a viable alternative to the traditional capital-intensive CleanTech companies in the market today. Much like its IT counterparts, energy efficiency solutions provide higher gross margins, shorter time to market and significantly less capital investment.” Together Kreuger and York bring a fresh dimension to “energy efficiency” conversation hoping to inspire at the local level.
Before and after the discussion there will be time for networking with other technology people who live and work in the Tahoe-Truckee region.
The meeting is sponsored by world-class creative and technical services company New Leaders (www.newleaders.com). Dinner will be $5, which includes pizza and soda. For more information about the group or to RSVP e-mail TahoeSiliconMountain@gmail.com. You can also find the and#8220;Silicon Mountainand#8221; group on LinkedIn and Facebook.
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