Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Fwd: Reminder - Hampton Roads Energy Forum Sat Feb 2

If available, please register and attend this important meeting, UN AG21 related, but then, WHAT ISN"T?
I hope Bcc recipients, Drs, Singer, Haapala, Battig, Coffman are especially able to attend as respected authorities!
Please register!  Tricia

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Reminder -

You are invited to attend the Hampton Roads Energy Forum,

to be held on February 2, 2013, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM, at the Norfolk International Airport's Public Conference Center.

If you have not already registered, do so below.




You are invited to attend the Hampton Roads Energy Forum,

to be held on February 2, 2013, from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM,

Norfolk International Airport's Public Conference Center


Please register here. (


The Energy Forum's purpose is to educate citizens about United States'

energy policy, regulation, economics, and infrastructure so that they are

better equipped to understand and evaluate proposed energy and environmental

policies and legislation. Specifically, the forum will address emerging

Virginia energy / environmental issues including the need for additional generation

capacity, offshore wind projects, SMART metering, and similar topics.

The forum will be divided into three segments.

  • Overview: Energy Sources, Infrastructure, Demand, and Supply
  • Generation: Regulation, Economics, and Environmental Impact
  • Virginia Specific Issues: Uranium Mining, Wind Farms, Smart Metering

Each segment will be preceded by a topical overview,

followed by a question and answer period.

Panelists include:

Dr. Randy Randol is a former nuclear engineer and ExxonMobil

environmental advisor in Washington, DC . M.S. and Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering.

He advised the Bush administration on climate change matters.

Mr. Ken Haapala is the Executive Vice President of the Science and

Environmental Policy Project (SEPP).

He holds an M.S. in Economics and is a quantitative economist

who has created numerous mathematical models that simulate complex,

econometric phenomenon. In the 1970s, he accurately reported that government energy models significantly underestimated oil and US natural gas supply at the

end of the 20th century.

Mr. Kris Allen, P.E, PMP, is a Partner in Business Performance Group, Inc.,

and President of the Tidewater Chapter or Virginia Scientist

and Engineers for Energy and the Environment (VA-SEEE).

He holds degrees in Nuclear Engineering (B.S.) and High Energy Physics (M.S.).

For twenty years, he held executive positions in privately-and

publicly-held corporations that provided design modification, management ,

and information technology services to electric utilities

and the Department of Energy.

Questions may be directed to Mr. Kris Allen at  (757) 463-7937 

or by e-mail at

Kristin L. Allen, P.E., PMP


Tidewater Chapter

Virginia Scientists and Engineers for Energy and the Environment

ABOUT USSEEE-VA is a grassroots organization of

Virginia's scientists and engineers aimed at educating the public

on the issues of climate, energy and environment and promoting

rational policy based on science.

Virginia Scientists & Engineers for Energy and Environment

Science and Environmental Policy Project


Please register here. (



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Tricia Stall
Distinction between conservation and environmentalism: The first means taking care to use natural resources without ruining them for the next person. The second says that mankind has no rights and suggests that any use of any natural resource causes damage. We must STOP AGENDA 21!

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