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Christine Bevilacqua, M.A., LEED GA

Sunflare; Commercial Solar Business Development

760.637.4343

cjb.christine@gmail.com

christine@sunflaresolar.com

Sunflare USA, 1693 Yeager Avenue, La verne, CA 91750

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EDUCATION and DIRECTION

June 2016, LEED Green Associate

May 2015 Antioch University Los Angeles – MA Urban Sustainability

M.A. Capstone Project: Placemaking: Reclaiming the Commons for Healthy, Engaged Communities

February 2015, Climate Reality Corps Leadership Training – New Delhi, India

February 2015, SDG&E Education and Training Center – Certificate in Fundamentals of Biomimicry

August 2014, Cleveland State University– B.A. English, American Studies Concentration

January 2016, Carlsbad Community Gardens Collaborative – VP Outreach and Communications

Collaborate with City of Carlsbad Planning Department on Urban Agriculture Ordinance

January 2013 – Present, Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce Sustainability Committee  Steering team member

Currently pursuing LEED O&M

 

Community and Business Sustainability

As community spaces grow so does the need to power them.

Renewable energy plays a critical role in ensuring the power we use is generated from sources that benefit the community. Fossil fuels that are mined and processed in far away locations bring little local financial benefit, and based on recent studies end up as a “Tax” upon our communities  in the form of extreme weather preparedness and countless oyher climate related costs.

Thin Film Solar and the Flexible Solar Future

As community spaces grow so does the need to power them. Renewable energy plays a critical role in ensuring the power we use is generated from sources that benefit the community. Fossil fuels that are mined and processed in far away locations bring little local financial benefit, and based on recent studies end up as a “Tax” upon our communities  in the form of extreme weather preparedness and countless oyher climate related costs.

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 June 2016, LEED Green Associate

May 2015 Antioch University Los Angeles – MA Urban Sustainability

M.A. Capstone Project: Placemaking: Reclaiming the Commons for Healthy, Engaged Communities

February 2015, Climate Reality Corps Leadership Training – New Delhi, India

February 2015, SDG&E Education and Training Center – Certificate in Fundamentals of Biomimicry

August 2014, Cleveland State University– B.A. English, American Studies Concentration

January 2016, Carlsbad Community Gardens Collaborative – VP Outreach and Communications

Collaborate with City of Carlsbad Planning Department on Urban Agriculture Ordinance

January 2013 – Present, Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce Sustainability Committee  Steering team member

Currently pursuing LEED O&M

 

Community and Business Sustainability

As community spaces grow so does the need to power them.

Renewable energy plays a critical role in ensuring the power we use is generated from sources that benefit the community. Fossil fuels that are mined and processed in far away locations bring little local financial benefit, and based on recent studies end up as a “Tax” upon our communities  in the form of extreme weather preparedness and countless oyher climate related costs.

Thin Film Solar and the Flexible Solar Future

As community spaces grow so does the need to power them. Renewable energy plays a critical role in ensuring the power we use is generated from sources that benefit the community. Fossil fuels that are mined and processed in far away locations bring little local financial benefit, and based on recent studies end up as a “Tax” upon our communities  in the form of extreme weather preparedness and countless oyher climate related cost