ECS Tech Breakfast April 11
Edison Manager Discusses 'Off-Grid' Technology, Alternative Energy Sources
March 27, 2013
Dan Tunnicliff of Southern California Edison will present "Advanced Off-Grid Generation Technology and Utility Regulation" at the Thursday, April 11, Cal State Fullerton College of Engineering and Computer Science Technology Breakfast. The event is open to the public.
Tunnicliff, manager of public sector account management, has more than 21 years of utility experience and has worked for Southern California Edison since 1999. He leads SCE's account management team, which serves federal, state, local government and Native American tribes throughout SCE's 50,000-mile service territory. He is a registered professional engineer and holds bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering from Cal State Long Beach.
Thursday, April 11
Holiday Inn Hotel and Suites
2932 E. Nutwood Ave., Fullerton, 92831
Across the U.S., organizations, businesses and universities, including Cal State Fullerton, are pushing the boundaries of sustainability and developing the capacity to generate electrical power with renewable and alternative energy sources. State law and a California State University executive order require CSU campuses to reduce energy consumption and set goals for energy independence and the procurement of renewable energy. Advanced energy management systems and emerging technologies increasingly support off-grid electrification through stand-alone systems. An overview of Cal State Fullerton's sustainability and energy independence efforts also will be discussed.
$10 for community members, and free for ECS Affiliates, CSUF students, alumni, faculty and staff members.
Reservations are required by Monday, April 8, and can be made online, or by calling 657-278-3362.
Mercury Defense Systems and Kevin M. Carnino, Mercury's president and CEO, sponsor the ECS Affiliates Technology Breakfast Series. Mercury Defense Systems is a member of the ECS Affiliates, and Carnino serves on the ECS College Leadership Council.
Debra Cano Ramos, 657-278-4027