GENI-us Letter 2015-11

 N o v e m b e r  2 0 1 5 — Volume 23, Issue 11

Building Peace Between Nations, One Link After Another

Dear GENI Friend,

I grew up in a Rotary family. My dad was a life-long Rotarian. Rotary is the largest global service organization, with 1.2 million members and 34,000 local clubs in 200 countries. Their motto of "service above self" is demonstrated by thousands of local and international projects.

Geodesign Session 5 Road Map

Submitted by Derek F on Wed, 08/26/2015 - 13:32

Geodesign team

As the demand for freshwater and energy increases in San Diego County and Northern Baja, the fresh water supply continues to shrink while energy generation remains heavily dependent on fossil fuels. Due to these opposing trends in supply and demand, it becomes increasingly imperative to identify solutions that move these communities to their preferred state in which they are largely reliant on renewable energy and use water sustainably. Large-scale energy solutions include wind power, one of the must abundant sources of energy in these regions.


Peter Meisen


Global Energy Network Institute

Subject Matter Expert

Peter Meisen founded GENI in 1989 to conduct research and educate world leaders to the strategy of linking renewable energy resources around the world. He is an internationally recognized speaker on the global issues of renewable energy, transmission and distribution of electricity, quality of life and its relationship to electricity, the environment and sustainable development. GENI has earned the endorsement of 7 Nobel Peace Prize laureates and has been recognized by various nations as promoting a viable solution to our growing energy crisis.

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