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The outlook for energy in terms of today's two metric approach to measuring the “goodness’ of a product or service. That is what is the contribution to "need" for the product as well as what is the contribution to "environmental quality" by the product's use. Or in other words what is the QUANTITY and QUALITY QUOTIENT of the energy sources we now see in our future. Chicagoland Southwest area ABC monthly third Fri breakfast **** RSVP to host - richard@dr4b.com

9/20/2019
When: Friday, September 20, 2019
7:00 AM
Where: Corner Bakery
240 Oak Brook Center
Oak Brook, Illinois 
United States
Contact: Richard Bullock
312-726-0075

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 September Sector Focus: Energy
We are pleased to continue our industry focus theme with  Simone Katzman and Vivek Singhal  leading our discussion on the outlook for energy in terms of today's two metric approach to measuring the “goodness" of a product or service.  That is what is the contribution to "need" for the product as well as what is the contribution to "environmental quality" by the product's use.

Or in other words what is the QUANTITY and QUALITY QUOTIENT of the energy sources we now see in our future. These include sources we can score on a "dirty to clean" dimension and  "scarce to abundant" dimension.  This results could be shown in a 2D scatterplot of the showing the ratings for current and expected energy sources. Define an X/Y axis with Economic Impact for the vertical axis ranging from Scarce to Abundant and Environmental Impact for the horizontal axis ranging from dirty to clean .For example: One energy source is Soft Coal which we would plot near the top of and adjacent to the Y axis since it is abundant and dirty. During our discussion we will add additional sources of energy onto our scatterplot.

The following sources have abundant information of just about any topic in the energy space, and we suggest you browse these web sites to get an idea of the extent of data for this “industry”.

 EIA.govThe U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) is a principal agency of the U.S. Federal Statistical System responsible for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment. EIA programs cover data on coalpetroleumnatural gaselectricrenewable and nuclear energy. EIA is part of the U.S. Department of Energyhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_Information_Administration

Alternative Energy Institute (also known as AEI)  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alternative_Energy_Institute
      AEI legacy website - links to background and basics on wind energy -  http://www.windustry.org/resources/alternative-energy-institute#main-content
              
And I close mentioning a recent article in the Wall St Journal that suggests there are serious questions on whether "renewables" are as clean and resource use friendly as we are being told?


Vivek Singhal CMC,  founded Strategic Business Management Co., the first ISO 9000 certified management consulting firm, in 1986.  He has served as an advisor to India's National Knowledge Commission, a body set up by the Prime Minister of India to use technology to help India leapfrog into the future. Vivek teaches as an adjunct professor at several local and international universities

Simona Katsman is a University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign student of Crop Sciences with a focus on Urban Horticulture. She is studying how the environmental changes will impact agriculture and our economic future and is a proponent of urban agriculture as a viable solution. Her aim in becoming a consultant is to bring together start-ups with cities struggling economically and environmentally, and to help cities become more sustainable.


Please join us for what promises to be a stimulating discussion of a topic important to all of us and all of our clients. 
 
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Zoom meeting information: Meeting ID: 534 649 516 Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/534649516
 
Our ABC meetings are interactive discussions so come prepared to participate. Members engage in high level networking with colleagues to perfect our craft and build stronger relationships. We provide insights to help you grow your business and enhance its success. Feel free to invite a guest especially a prospective IMC member to attend.

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This is one of our three monthly breakfast meetings.

We offer three locations throughout the Greater Chicago Area

First Friday ABC - Northbrook @ Max & Benny's

Second Friday ABC - South Barrington @ Panera in the Arboretum

Third Friday ABC - OakBrook @ Corner Bakery in OakBrook Mall

Our ABC meetings are interactive discussions, so come prepared to participate. Members engage in high level networking with colleagues to perfect our craft and build stronger relationships. We provide insights to help you grow your business and enhance its success. Feel free to invite a guest, especially a prospective IMC member, to attend.
There is no charge to attend our meeting - each person is responsible for the cost of your own breakfast.