News Release: 6/6/2018 - EPIcenter Launches Global Lecture Series to Bring New Energy Thought Leaders to San Antonio

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June 06, 2018

SAN ANTONIO, June 6, 2018 – EPIcenter
is introducing a new lecture series this month that will bring global new energy thought leaders to San Antonio. The first lecture will be provided by Lynn Abramson, PhD, President of the Clean Energy Business Network, who will examine national trends and local opportunities in the new energy economy. Dr. Abramson will outline ways Texas – and San Antonio in particular –  can leverage its existing energy leadership to create new economic opportunities in these growth sectors. The event will be held in the Geekdom Event Center on June 28, 2018 at 6pm.  It is free and open to the public, but reservations are required. Click here to register online:
Dr. Abramson is one of EPIcenter’s Global Advisors, a group of new energy thought leaders who advise on EPIcenter’s leadership role within the global new energy community. The Global Advisors work closely with the EPIcenter Board of Directors and staff to advance the mission of EPIcenter as a new energy hub in San Antonio.
Dr. Abramson is President of the Clean Energy Business Network, an association of 3,000+ business leaders of small- to medium-size companies providing technologies and services in energy efficiency, renewable energy, natural gas, or other advanced energy and transportation sectors.  Lynn leads the CEBN’s efforts to serve as a collective voice before policymakers empowering small clean energy businesses, and helps these companies navigate funding, networking, and business development opportunities.

By launching the Global Lecture Series, EPIcenter continues putting its mission in motion and embracing its role as a thought leader. The lecture series is a complement to its annual Summit (launched June 2017) and the New Energy Incubator and Accelerator (launched in December 2017.)   
About EPIcenter
EPIcenter is flipping the switch on an historic 1909 power plant by transforming it into a world-class center that will be the hub for new energy technology innovation, education and community engagement, and entrepreneurial incubation and ideation. The EPI stands for Energy, Partnerships and Innovation. Learn more at
Kelli Epp
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