Green Energy Opportunities in the Pacific Northwest: A Conversation with Michael Grady


Location: 315 Stinson-Remick Hall

Michael Grady

All graduate and undergraduate students interested in green energy opportunities in the Pacific Northwest have the opportunity to meet with Michael Grady in a small group setting to learn about his work and his many connections. Mike has been helping Notre Dame students network for many years and is a great contact.

Michael Grady, ND class of '77, studied biology, geology, and psychology on the road to becoming a leader in the Pacific Northwest green energy sector. Mike has a broad range of experiences including his position as president and founder of Eireann Emerald Solutions, a consulting firm that focuses on project design, financing, and governmental concerns for green power, energy/water infrastructure, and electric transportation technologies. He has been the prime consultant for Innergex Renewables where he developed utility-scale renewable energy projects with First Nations in Canada and Native American Tribal Governments. He has worked for Governor Inslee's Energy Office, Mobil Research, universities in Washington State and Idaho, NOAA, and the U.S Air Force. 

All students and postdoctoral scholars are welcome to attend. Please register so that we know how many are coming.

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