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(Bee and Butterfly Habitat Fund) Solar Energy & Pollinator Benefits: Managing the Uncertainty of a New Model
November 17, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm CST
Solar Energy & Pollinator Benefits: Managing the Uncertainty of a New Model
November 17, 2022
Starts at 1:00 PM CST
This discussion will look at the key considerations of how pollinator health and habitat benefits can be a key component of utility scale solar projects.
Hosted by Tyler Kanczuzewski, Vice President of Sustainability – Inovateus Solar; and Pete Berthelsen, Executive Director – The Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund
Tyler is the Vice President of Marketing and Sustainability, Board Member, and an investor of Inovateus Solar. He has an MBA from Grand Valley State University with an emphasis in sustainable enterprise and a B.A. from Holy Cross College in Notre Dame, IN. Tyler has also taken on a role as Sustainability Consultant for Logistick, a freight securement system manufacturer and supplier, and his goal is to help them implement sustainable practices into various business activities and operations.
Pete is the Executive Director for The Bee & Butterfly Habitat Fund and President of Conservation Blueprint, LLC. Pete has a M.S. in Wildlife Science from Texas Tech University and a B.S. in Wildlife from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Pete also serves as a Board member, Steering Committee advisor, and Technical advisor for several large-scale solar projects and conservation organizations.
What you’ll learn:
1. The 15 unique project objectives that will inform and guide how your final vegetative cover is designed.
2. The key risks and benefits of a successful final vegetative cover.
3. Key learnings from projects that were not 100% successful in their vegetative cover establishment efforts.
4. How considering and designing multiple benefits into a solar project is a great fit with corporate sustainability goals.
This presentation will be recorded and available for viewing at a later date. Attendees will be able to pass along comments and questions during the live webinar. The registration is free, but you will need to be registered to attend.