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Creating Innovative Alternative Energy Solutions
GreenTown talks with Inovateus CEO, TJ Kanczuzewski and Senior Account Executive, Peter Rienks about the future of Inovateus and solar power
Innovation is the common theme linking many healthy, sustainable communities across the country, and Inovateus, based in South Bend, Indiana, derives its name from the word “innovation.” Yet it is also focused on community well-being, says TJ Kanczuzewski, CEO, making it a natural partner for GreenTown.
Since its founding in 2003, this provider of integrated solar energy products and services has been laser focused on creating innovative alternative energy solutions, specifically using solar electricity.
GreenTown recently conducted an interview with Kanczuzewski and Peter Rienks, Senior Account Executive, to learn more about the future of Inovateus and solar power. Read Interview
News from GreenTown
GreenTown will return to Chicago in May 2014
The event, co-produced by a5 and Seven Generations Ahead, features support from the City of Chicago and CMAP, the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning. Check back soon for more details including date and time, and be sure to participate in GreenTown to connect the dots between the public and private sectors to create healthy, sustainable communities. Click here to download the GreenTown Chicago flier.
GreenTown Michiana featured on Politically Speaking on WNIT
Mayors Pete Buttigieg (South Bend) and Dave Wood (Mishawaka) appeared on WNIT’s Politically Speaking along with State Rep Ryan Dvorak, a5 principal John Harris and IUSB Center for a Sustainable Future head Mike Keen to discuss how to create sustainable communities. Click here to see the program.
Downtown South Bend walk led by Mark Fenton draws more than 100 participants
The night before GreenTown, more than 100 people joined healthy communities consultant Mark Fenton on an hour-long walk of downtown South Bend. The aim: to identify how the downtown can be more active, vibrant, walkable and bikable. See the video, underwritten by Matthews LLC, here.
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