Entries by Susan Bryer-Shelton

Welcome new BCE members Jag Solar Electric and WORK Petaluma

Jag Solar Electric has joined Business for Clean Energy as a Solar Sonoma County qualified vendor.  Founded by Ali Ghorbani, a solar professional since 2009, Jag Solar provides the full spectrum of photovoltaic system services: initial consultation, design, engineering, installation, and inspection of existing systems. Possessing both electrical and solar contractor’s licenses, Ali also installs […]

Pathways Energy helps Romanini property harvest solar energy

By Susan Bryer-Shelton, Energy Program Coordinator for the Center for Climate Protection As a solar energy advocate, I admit to experiencing a bit of an elevated heart rate whenever I have the opportunity to check out a bright and shiny new solar installation. There’s something inherently exciting to me about each and every person’s newfound […]

Sustainable holiday gift idea: Hobo Wine Co. uses carbon-free energy, conserves water, and more. See the deal.

Kenny Likitprakong and Lynn Wheeler are the founders, winemakers and combined creative force behind BCE member The Hobo Wine Company of Santa Rosa, CA. Through a partnership with 1% For the Planet, Hobo Wine Company is a substantial 2018 supporter of the Center for Climate Protection. Kenny and Lynn have also implemented several sustainability and […]

Welcome to Susan Bryer-Shelton, the Center’s new Energy Program Coordinator

Hi! My name is Susan Bryer-Shelton and I’m delighted to have joined the Center for Climate Protection as its Energy Program Coordinator. I’ll be managing the Solar Sonoma County and Business for Clean Energy programs, both of which shine brightly as important collaborations with our local business community. I’m already in awe of the amazing […]