Introduction to THE ENERGY BLOG

December 9, 2007

Sky Power Institute (http://www.skypower.org) founding director Joe Jordan worked at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View for 20+ years. During his tenure at NASA he served on various atmospheric and space science projects, including the Kuiper Airborne Observatory (KAO), the SOFIA (Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy), Hubble Space Telescope design, computational studies of the atmospheric microphysics involved in the stratospheric ozone depletion problem, as well as atmospheric modeling and mission flight support for ongoing investigations of global climate change.

Throughout his career, Joe has also pursued an interest in science education and public service. Currently, Joe teaches a course on renewable energy at Cabrillo College in Santa Cruz, California.

An expert sustainable energy consultant, Joe has facilitated the initiation, financing, and implementation of several large scale municipal solar projects.

Joe offers THE ENERGY BLOG with the hope that it can become a lively vehicle for community dialogue about conversion to a democratically distributed, sustainable energy economy. Please join in the dicussion!

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One Response to “Introduction to THE ENERGY BLOG”

  1. Ann Finnie said

    Hey Joe!

    I’m trying to find you! Your name came up the other day….I think it had to do with Labor Day, or light reflection and refraction or HerbBurgers….or all of the above! Anyway, my family has been thinking of you fondly and we wanted to check in and see how you’re doing. Maybe we can have you over sometime soon so we can all catch up? Let me know if you’re still in the area and if you have any time over the summer to get together!

    All the best,
    Ann

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