Seth Leitman has moderated panels, forums and seminars since he was in the Student Government at the University at Albany through his tenure with the State of New York till today. Here he is moderating the alternative fuel/electric car debate for a great panel.
It is one of the things Leitman does best.
May of 2009, Leitman moderated a forum on electric cars Batteries and Ethanol. During the panel talk swung from boosting efficiency of battery technology to debating the merits of biofuels, hydrogen, military spending and more. It was moderated by Seth Leitman, who blogs as Green Living Guy, edits McGraw-Hill’s “Green Guru Series” and is the best-selling author of Build Your Own Electric Vehicle, Second Edition and Build Your Own Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle.
- Build Your Own Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle by Seth Leitman
- Renewable Energies for Your Home by Russel Gehrke
- Build Your Own Electric Motorcycle by Carl Vogel
- Do-it-Yourself Home Energy Audits by David Findley
- Build Your Own Home Wind Power System by Leo Wiegman
- Green Lighting by William Brinsky and Seth Leitman
On the panel to represent Big Auto was Chris Colquitt, a driver relationship manager for GM who serves as a primary point of contact for participants in the company’s Project Driveway, the largest market test of fuel cell technology to date. Colquitt said that everything is looking good for the highly anticipated launch of the Chevy Volt for late 2010. “At GM we’re excited by EVs. We’re also on track to reduce oil use by 30% with cellulosic ethanol by 2030,” said Colquitt.
Read more: http://www.thedailygreen.com/living-green/blogs/recycling-design-technology/batteries-electric-cars-ethanol-460509#ixzz0U2HTVpWp
Clean energy and electric car expert Seth Leitman (see bio) is an expert on renewable energy, sustainability, alternative fueled vehicles; especially electric cars.
Leitman is the Consulting Series Editor for McGraw-Hill on a series of books called the Green Guru Guides.
For speaking engagements please contact Bettina Faltermeier at McGraw-Hill:
His talks explain his story which is very pertinent to the real world. While obtaining his Master of Public Administration at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy in 1996, he studied how the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund were essential for providing for an International Green Economy. His development project research was about solar and wind power programs in Latin America.
While at the State of New York, he managed the clean bus, alternative fueled and electric car programs. Leitman can REALLY provide insight into Who Really Killed The Electric Car and how electric car has risen since.
He talks about Building Your Own Electric Vehicle and Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle and how with alternative fuels, we can begin the transition to an all electric car fleet.
Since his next two upcoming books are Solar Energy DeMystified and Green Lighting, Seth Leitman has a wide breath of clean energy expertise.
Seth will then show audiences how cutting-edge, positive environmental products and political changes are occuring to shift our economy and energy change toward a more green, clean and energy efficient world.
He will then take Q&A to answer for people where the future is headingand how you can go green simply, cost effective and more importantly with a real payback, tax cut utility cost reduction blah blah whatever. It’s a cut in your energy costs.
ABOUT THE GREEN GURU GUIDES
The Green Guru Guides is a new series of books offering the environmentally conscious consumer and hobbyist authoritative, practical, and fun do-it-yourself green living information. It shows the reader how to do a particular task, whether it’s building a new energy-efficient vehicle, greening a particular task, or greening an entire home. The Green Guru Guides’ covers and interior pages are printed on Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) approved, acid-free papers containing 100% post-consumer fiber.
With Seth Leitman as the consulting series editor the new series is unveiled with the following three titles in summer 2009:
• Build Your Own Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle by Seth Leitman
• Renewable Energies for Your Home by Russel Gehrke
• Build Your Own Electric Motorcycle by Carl Vogel
• Do-it-Yourself Home Energy Audits by David Findley
• Build Your Own Home Wind Power System
• Green Lighting by William Brinsky and Seth Leitman