On December 11, 2009, Senator Harry Reid and President Neal Smatresk (UNLV) conveyed a group of approximately 60 people (see attached lists) from the public and private sector to provide input on the structure, focus, and need for a Solar Innovation Technology Center. At this meeting, there were small group discussions followed by a larger group discussion on the needs in the areas of Workforce / Training, Marketing and Finance, Economic and Policy Making, Infrastructure and Manufacturing, Technology Transfer and Commercialization, and Research. The notes below summarize the major comments from the group. This represents individual comments and in other cases an abbreviated version of overlapping comments. Portions of these comments will be integrated into the full proposal.
Nevada; Renewable energy sources; Research and development projects; Solar energy – Research; Solar energy – Technological innovations; University of Nevada; Las Vegas
Natural Resources and Conservation | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Sustainability
Solar Innovation and Technology Center
Solar technology innovation meeting summary.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/solar_meetings/1