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THE C.E.O. SERIES: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF WIND ENERGY

Wind energy has long been an alternative to fossil fuels because it is abundant, renewable, widely distributed and emissions free. In the next installment of the CEO Series, we take a close look at wind energy and how viable it can be in the future.

Jim Spencer, the top executive of New York-based EverPower (www.everpower.com), will join us to shed light on the industry, his company and the economics of wind power. Join Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York, in partnership with Fordham Business School Alumni Club, as we host Mr. Spencer.

SPEAKER BIO:

Jim Spencer has over 20 years of experience in the power industry managing the development and financing of energy projects in developed and underdeveloped countries. Spencer founded EverPower in 2002 to pursue renewable energy development. Prior to 2002, he served as an advisor to Renewable Energy Systems Limited (RES) and was instrumental in establishing RES's Asia Pacific presence in NSW Australia. He also served as a director of RES Asia Pacific from its inception until 2004, when he resigned to devote 100% of his efforts to EverPower.

Mr. Spencer began his career in 1985 as an attorney in the energy project finance group at Chadbourne & Parke LLP. In 1989, he was recruited to the Prudential Capital Corporation where he served as vice president of corporate finance in the Utilities & Finance Group. Mr. Spencer was involved in energy-related financings representing more than $6 billion.

Mr. Spencer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duquesne University and studied at the University of Toronto. He received a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

DATE: Nov. 4, 2009

TIME: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Registration begins at 6:30 and the event is open to 30 individuals only. A reception will be held afterward.

VENUE: Smith Barney, 450 Lexington Avenue at 45th Street, 39th floor (enter from 40th floor)
New York, NY

PRICE: $25 CBSAC/NY members, $25 Fordham University alumni; $40 non-members


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Acknowledgments: CBSACNY wishes to thank Som Chivukula for organizing.


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