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UPDATE: Presentation adds speaker on sustainable roadways


BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA – The virtual presentation on energy policy and sustainability slated for noon Friday, June 5, 2020, has added Allie Kelly, the director of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation’s “The Ray” project, which seeks to create the most sustainable stretch of highway in America. She will be online from the solar array at Exit 14 on Interstate 85 near Alabama where The Ray is located. Learn more at and

For more information and a Zoom link to this online meeting, click here.

The initial information was to join Coastal Resources Division for a hands-on look at sustainable technology from featured speakers across the state discussing electric cars, car charging, solar, inverters, and a brief update from the DNR Coastal Resources Division.

  • Justin Butera is Director of Cox Automotive’s PIVET Atlanta.  Prior to joining Cox, he led used car reconditioning for Tesla.  He is from Cumming and went to Georgia College and State University.
  • K.C. Boyce is senior product director for Escalent’s Cogent Syndicated Energy practice. He’s spent a decade working with energy utilities to facilitate the energy transition. K.C. holds an MBA from Georgia State’s Robinson College of Business and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Colorado College.
  • Tim Echols is Vice-Chair of the Georgia Public Service Commission.  He hosts Energy Matters radio show heard both in Athens and Brunswick each Saturday.  He has three degrees from UGA and lives in Hoschton with his wife, Windy, and the last two of his seven children.

Please Join us via Zoom by clicking here:
or enter Meeting ID: 908 782 7523 with Password: 244244 when prompted by Zoom.Com or on your phone.

Please contact Kelly Hill at with any questions.

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