About

CleanGridView is a blog by Katherine Hamilton, a co-founder of 38 North Solutions, a firm focused public affairs, strategic communications, advocacy, and relationship building almost exclusively for the clean energy and innovation industries in Washington, D.C., across the country, and around the world. Katherine’s twitter handle is Twitter@cleangridview. Check out the 38 North Solutions website and Compass blog.

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2 Responses to About

  1. Adam Hall says:

    Katherine,

    Hope Dubai and WEF are treating you well. I’m working with MS and HS students at Universal American School in Dubai to expand solar at schools in the UAE and Kenya with the Million Solar Stars (MSS) initiative. We’re also working with schools in Shanghai, Denver, and hopefully Bangkok soon.

    MSS is interested in connecting with Clean Grid Solutions for strategy advice and The Energy Gang for covering our solar education story. If you’re still in Dubai, any chance you have time for a coffee?

    Thank you,
    Adam

  2. Oladapo Olowokudejo says:

    Having read various articles from your blog, I have say you are doing a fantastic work in enlightening people about the importance of clean energy to our fast degrading world. I would however appreciate if by collective responsibility we spread the words to the third world countries, most especially (Africa) as most countries in this continent are still far behind in implementing these policies. I would propose we act fast on how we can bridge these gaps as the world is a global village. I hope to hear from you on how best to mitigate policies and innovative ideas.

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