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The LCTN currently has four Board of Directors.

Paul Breslow - Co-Founder
Wade Byrd
Charles Reith
Stephen Shelton - Co-Founder and Executive Director

There is a growing list of Board of Director Nominees at this time. We will elect additional Board Members from this list of nominees at a LCTN member meeting to be held in 2008.

Board members of LCTN will be from the following business areas

  • Academia/Research
  • Agriculture
  • Banking/Professional Services
  • Capital/Entrepreneurship
  • Clean technologies
  • Government/Policy
  • Manufacturing
  • Utility

LCTN's organizational structure will consist of the following commitees

  • Agricultural and Biomass
  • Air, Water and Soil
  • Alternative Energy (nonRE)
  • Green Building and Sustainable Development
  • Manufacturing
  • Policy
  • Renewable Energy
  • Transportation, Recycling and Waste
  • Venture Development

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