AFF-Phoenix Discussion | Going Green without the Government! (Virtual)
September 9, 2020 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
What is green energy? Is it truly obtainable – or an unreachable ideal? What would green energy mean for Arizonans? How can Arizona utilities transition to renewable energy and when is it possible?
Join AFF-Phoenix and one of Arizona’s green energy experts for a discussion that’ll leave you energized! We will review past attempts for green energy mandates and current plans for future clean energy efforts by Arizona utilities.
Our webinar will take place via Zoom live stream and recorded for you to share with your friends and colleagues. As our nation undergoes serious restrictions related to the widespread impact of COVID-19, AFF-Phoenix is adapting and shifting our audience online. Thank you for your encouragement and support — we look forward to sharing this information with you!
3:30PM Program Begins
4:15PM Audience Q&A
4:30PM Program Ends
Gregory Cameron is the Director of Communications & External Affairs at the Palo Verde Generating Station for Arizona Public Service Company.
A nuclear industry influencer, advocate and leader, Greg Cameron is currently the Director, Communications & External Affairs at the Palo Verde Generating Station. His responsibilities include employee communications, external relations, public outreach and community affairs at the nation’s largest producer of clean, carbon-free electricity.
He most recently served as a senior project manager with the Nuclear Energy Institute, where he was responsible for industry and regulatory engagement on a broad portfolio of initiatives. Concurrently, he served as Washington Representative for the STARS Alliance, advocating for positive policy and regulatory outcomes on behalf of four nuclear electric utilities in the western United States.
Prior to his service in Washington, Greg was section leader, Regulatory Compliance at Palo Verde. Previously, he held leadership and professional positions in fire protection engineering at both Palo Verde and Xcel Energy’s Prairie Island Nuclear Generating Plant in Minnesota.
Greg earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and management from Oklahoma State University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Arizona. He holds a management senior reactor operator certification and is a licensed professional engineer.