This event will take place Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, at Villa Christina, 4000 Summit Boulevard, Atlanta.
When Congress is in session, you can usually find Nick Juliano in the Capitol talking to the lawmakers most heavily involved in energy policymaking. He writes for Environment and Energy Publishing about a variety of issues including the status of tax incentives for renewable energy, DOE loan guarantees and trade matters. Nick has been with E&E for nearly three years and has covered energy and environmental policy in Washington since 2009. He holds a master’s degree in political science from American University and studied journalism as an undergraduate at Ohio University.
GA Solar also will honor Joe Bostick Jr., chairman of the Mitchell County Economic Development Authority, for his significant role in siting the state’s first utility-scale solar development under the Georgia Power Advanced Solar Initiative, the 20 MW Camilla Solar Project. Bostick’s efforts established the Camilla Solar Project as his county’s third-largest economic development investment and demonstrated the benefits solar energy offers Georgia’s rural communities.
Ceremonies will include the debut of a video featuring Joe Bostick Jr. and other Mitchell County officials discussing what solar energy has brought to their community.
Register now for this festive and informative event at www.gasolar.org.
WHO: The Georgia Solar Energy Association
FEATURING: Nick Juliano, E&E News, keynote speaker
WHAT: The Impact of the 2014 Midterm Elections on Solar Policy in Washington and Beyond
WHEN: 11 a.m. on Thursday, December 18, 2014
WHERE: Villa Christina, 4000 Summit Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30319
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit www.gasolar.org or call 404-522-4775
SOURCE Georgia Solar Energy Association