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Sustainable Sacramento's Inaugural Speaker Series presented by Joel Robert Ussery, CEO, Lucid So

The webinar will focus on Sacramento’s solar energy efforts and clean energy leadership.

SACRAMENTO, Calif.–With its mission to advance systems thinking and the Triple-Bottom Line, the California Green Academy (“CalGreen”), through its business association, the “Sustainable Chamber of Sacramento” (“SCS”), is proud to announce Joel Robert Ussery, CEO of Lucid Solar, as the inaugural presenter for the “SCS Speaker Series” (“Series”), occurring later this month.

Ussery will speak about the region’s leadership in clean energy, the financial benefits and overall ease for which households can adopt solar energy, as well as, the multi-sector effort to make the Sacramento region the nation’s “Emerald (greenest) Valley.”

A Sacramento native, Ussery is determined in leading the region’s transition to being the most sustainable area in the U.S. He is one of the area’s leading experts in solar energy, with over six years of experience in solar sales, design, installation, project management, and business development. Ussery has a Bachelors of Science in Communication Studies, is certified by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (a major industry achievement), and is also a prolific producer of eco-friendly and zero waste short films.

“Mr. Ussery’s unwavering determination and leadership with Sacramento’s clean energy dominance is incredibly admirable, and CalGreen looks forward to his presentation on how we can all assist with harnessing nature’s energy,” stated Greg Justice, CalGreen’s Chief Sustainability Officer (CEO/ED).

Founded in 2017, the Sustainable Chamber of Sacramento is CalGreen’s developing Capitol-region business association, focusing on the education and promotion of sustainable management. With the mission of “Operating green means making serious green,” SCS promotes the reality that principled environmental protection and adherence to social equity generates a robust and inclusive economy.

The Series’ inaugural webinar takes place Thursday, 27 September, 11:00-12:00, and will occur on Zoom. (No registration required.) The webinar will also be uploaded to the Series’ YouTube channel.

A PDF of this release can be downloaded here.

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