Szoradi Speaker Profile

CHARLIE SZORADI – Speaker Profile

 Table of Contents:

 Biography and headshot

  1. Speech topics with descriptions
  2. Video of a speeches given before a live audience
  3. Testimonials from previous audiences
  4. Standard speaking fee and travel requirements
  5. Book/film information
  6. Industry/types of groups

Contact: Mobile: 610-551-5224

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Biography and Headshot:

Charlie Szoradi is a sustainability professional with 30 years of experience and over 10 years of public speaking across a diverse range of engagements. He is the author of LEARN from LOOKING How Observation Inspires Innovation. Over the course of his career Mr. Szoradi has founded GREENandSAVE, Independence LED Lighting the Energy Intelligence Center, and Purge Virus now part of Clean Solution Technologies. Mr. Szoradi focuses on high performance architecture, sustainable living, and next-generation agriculture. Since 2021, Charlie has been serving as the President of The Agrarian Group. In the early 1990s he wrote his Masters of Architecture thesis on Energy Intelligence – “Eco-Humanism.” Mr. Szoradi is a graduate of the University of Virginia, and he earned his Masters from the University of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Szoradi brings three decades of hands-on experience to sustainability and cost-savings for retrofits, new construction, and controlled environment agriculture. He has developed strategic relationships to provide 360° services and clean-technology solutions to commercial properties in the US and around the world. The 21 point schematic is one of his infographics reflecting the breadth of solutions for next-generation real estate.

Mr. Szoradi is a LEED AP (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – Accredited Professional), a Certified Building Performance Institute (BPI) Energy Auditor, and he has taken a leadership role in sustainability at the regional and national level. He is a prior member of the Energy and Sustainability Committee for the Society of American Military Engineers ( and the Leadership Council Chairman of the American LED Alliance ( In 2009, Mr. Szoradi was elected to the Board of the Sustainable Business Network and selected as a member of the Green Economy Task Force, with direct participation on the Capitol Hill Delegation. The next year, he moved the company’s LED manufacturing from China to southeastern Pennsylvania. The advanced technology is Buy American Act (BAA) Compliant, manufactured in the U.S.A with over 50% domestic components. Mr. Szoradi led the team, wrote the primary claims, and developed the key figures for the July 21st, 2011 Patent Filing for: LIGHT ENGINE DEVICE WITH DIRECT TO LINEAR SYSTEM DRIVER. The Patent file has multiple different claims and figures. In that same year, the company won the Green Business of the Year Award by the Main Line Chamber of Commerce, followed two years later with the Best Lighting Retrofit by the U.S. Green Building Council for the Urban Green Award. Independence LED Lighting has since earned the trust of facility managers and engineers across the market with installations ranging from Fortune 100 clients to the U.S. Military. The company has also provided the lights for the largest LED tube retrofit in U.S. history with over 2 miles (38 football fields) of installed energy saving tubes. From the cover profile of Inventors Digest Magazine to a speaker at the Made in America State of the Region panel, Mr. Szoradi has dedicated his career to innovation in clean energy technology.

Prior to Independence LED Lighting, Mr. Szoradi founded and ran GREENandSAVE, a leading efficiency resource focusing on Return on Investment (ROI), that was one of the finalists of the Sustainability Awards. Mr. Szoradi has always been inspired by the potential of making environmentally sensitive architecture accessible to mainstream Americans. Rather than just defaulting to techniques from 1970s technology and aesthetics, he created a platform to produce active/passive integrated systems. The design solutions focus on function, style, significant cost-savings, and environmental sustainability. Mr. Szoradi encourages the adaptive re-use of existing structures and materials, all while maintaining functionality and an overall aesthetic that appeals to the traditional as well as contemporary aesthetics. Mr. Szoradi completed the renovation and a major addition to a formerly in-efficient 1950s residence that he and his family were able to “re-use” and transform rather than tear down. The home focuses on saving money as well as the environment, and it is one of the most eco-friendly homes in America. This adaptive-reuse concept is also core to the business model of Independence LED Lighting, in that for many applications the LED tubes replace the less efficient fluorescent tubes while re-use the existing fixture housing for cost-effective results.

Mr. Szoradi is a sought-after subject matter expert and speaker on adaptive re-use and sustainable design with appearances at a diverse range of leading institutions such as the Green Building Council, Brain Reserve Think Tank, and the Wharton Business School. He has served multiple years as the Senior Lecturer at the University of the Arts, where he has created programs such as Urbitec, which focus on innovative product design through recycling and re-use. He has also been featured in a documentary film that received the Director’s Award at the Black Mariah Film Festival. The film specifically profiles his vision and follows the process of adaptive re-use in converting a 22,000 square foot abandoned church complex into a mixed-use residential and commercial property. Mr. Szoradi has also served as a consultant to the Philadelphia Office of Recycling across many years. He created the education kiosk program and the website as the cornerstone of the interactive marketing initiative.

1993 and 1994 were benchmark years that “seeded” the growth of Independence LED Lighting. In 1993, Mr. Szoradi completed his Masters Thesis and secured his first US Patent #5,215,490 on the modular building block set of tenon engaging edge connecting members. The thesis set the stage for the groundbreaking new approach to energy efficient and environmentally sustainable architecture. The invention set the stage for a new modular approach to lighting, given the patent’s focus on modular construction sets, which also led to applications in high performance concrete and structural insulated panels.

In 1994, Mr. Szoradi conceived and produced a pilot Eco-Culture/Recycling show “Fix the Hut.” The show was the culmination of over twenty-five interview segments shot across the country over a two-year period. The show focused specifically on people that had created innovative habitats, furniture, fashion, and lifestyles related to adaptive re-use and environmental sustainability. This interest in communicating through eco-education programs, speaking engagements, and media has coincided with Mr. Szoradi’s ongoing work in architecture, energy smart real estate development, and high-performance lighting. Over his career, Mr. Szoradi has partnered to purchase over 200,000 sq. ft. of urban space that he has had a hand in converting from “left for ruin” factories, warehouses, and schools into mixed-use residential and commercial property. Transforming neighborhoods and salvaging urban landscape has been an integral part of overall sustainability in his career. Over the course of his energy auditing, Mr. Szoradi continued to see commercial properties with fluorescent tubes that had not been optimized for decades. He found that lighting accounted for over 25% of commercial electricity, which inspired the LED technology which now cots the wattage and cost by more than half.

Mr. Szoradi’s early inspiration to focus on sustainability came at the end of the 1970s when he sat at a young age in a gas line with his dad during the gas crisis. His father, an architect that had escaped through the Soviet iron curtain to come from Hungary to America in 1957, introduced his son to colleagues that were then pioneering active and passive solar powered houses in America. Mr. Szoradi learned from is dad that Jimmy Carter put solar panels on the White House, so he teamed up with two friends at St. Albans School for Boys and proceeded to build “Omega – The Boat of the Future” and subsequently won the Grade School Science Fair Popular Prize with their solar powered ship. Over extended family events, like Thanksgiving, Mr. Szoradi also learned in his childhood about his great grandfather on his mother’s side. Carl Zwermann had secured over a dozen patents of his engineering designs for what we all use and take for granted today. He invented key aspects of the “water closet” with the bowl, tank, and interior mechanics that we now call the modern toilet. His manufacturing facilities in Michigan and Illinois became key cornerstones of production in the early decades of the 1900s. The production plants also used innovative thermal management to increase efficiency in the porcelain kiln and drying processes. By the end of the 1920s, Carl Zwermann had built the family’s U.S. porcelain sanitary plant into one of the largest manufacturing facilities of its kind in the world. Years later, major influences on Mr. Szoradi have also included working in Northern California’s bay area, working in Japan for the celebrated eco-architect Kinya Maruyama, living in Eastern European hubs like Budapest and Prague, rural villages, and Amish communities that rely almost exclusively on sustainable living practices.

Over his academic and professional career, Mr. Szoradi has traveled extensively throughout Asia, Africa, Central America, North America, plus Central and Eastern Europe, where he has studied specifically how people build cost-effective and environmentally sensitive homes, commercial structures, and communities. Mr. Szoradi grew up in Washington, DC and graduated from St. Albans School for Boys. He then earned his undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Virginia and went on to earn his Masters of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Szoradi currently lives in Greater Philadelphia and also spends time at his family residence in Stone Harbor, NJ, which includes a solar roof, EV car charging and rain water collection for the homes edible garden.

Mr. Szoradi comes from a four-generation line of patent holders, U.S. manufacturers, and innovators across the built world with 100 Years of Family Innovation.

Charlie’s most recent patent is for clean air technology to improve building safety and preserve human life. UV-C Germicidal LED Strip Kits for HVAC Ducts:

HVAC ducts serve as a means for air capture and exchange within an indoor location. In many locations, it is critically important to mitigate the spread of infection by capturing or destroying airborne pathogens (such as COVID-19). Patent Abstract: An air disinfection system comprising: a plurality of LED diodes mounted on an LED strip; a driver for driving the LED diodes to a given power; a DC power source configured for direct connection to the LED strip; the system configured for positioning within a heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system (HVAC), wherein said system comprising at least a first LED strip and a second LED strip, said first LED strip mounted opposing said second LED strip within a void within an HVAC system; wherein an air passing through said void is contacted by irradiated light from the LED diodes.

Experience Highlights specifically for Controlled Environment Agriculture

Over the past six years, Charlie has developed Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) solutions for growers ranging from the producers of lettuce and basil to microgreens and hemp (Envista Farms, Molly Grubb Farms, Hydroponic Life). He has also been the lead developer of the CEA plans for the following:

Philadelphia Zoo – The first zoo in the U.S. with onsite shipping container farming to feed the herbivore primates and other animals leafy greens with advanced sensors and IoT included in the final implementation.

Conestoga High School – S.T.E.M. education through light-emitting diode (LED) grow lights.

Pennsylvania Farm Show – Aquaponic showcase with combination fish and vegetable production.

Penn State University – Custom wavelength modulating grow lights for the Agricultural Studies program.

Taproot Kitchen – Development of indoor farming for this non-profit that incorporates fresh food and education for people with autism and intellectual disabilities.

NASA – Development of a Perpetual Food Machine for Mars colonization with fish effluence, nitrifying bacteria, leafy greens and renewable direct current microgrid power, presented at Kennedy Space Center.

Speech topics with descriptions

  • Cost-Effective Sustainability – Insights from Overseas, Energy Saving LED Lighting, Air Conditioning Optimization, Hydrothermal Carbonization, U.S. Cleantech Job Creation
  • Sustainable Triple Bottom Line – Impacting People + Planet + Profit
  • The Business Case for LED Lighting – Next-Generation Technology
  • Future Food – The Path to a Healthy and Sustainable Future
  • Future Home – Cost Effective Solutions and Green Job Creation
  • Travel with Open Eyes – Insights from Japan and Eastern Europe to Islands and countries around the world. 

Sample speaking engagements

Main Line School Night – Growing Superfood


The Agrarian Group Grow Wall at CYTO | PHL in Philadelphia on September 23, 2022


Cost-Effective Sustainability – Council of State Governments (CSG) Conference for the Easter Region on July 29, 2019.


Sustainability – Learn from Looking presentation at Penn State on October 5, 2017


Testimonials from previous audiences

“It was the best class I have ever taken at MLSN.”, “The notes were great, the hands on was fantastic. The instructors were super knowledgeable and experienced.”, “This was an interesting, informative and fun class with lots of value added – from take home plants to resource material.”

Students of Main Line School Night class on Growing Superfood

“You were a huge success. Thank you for being part of our Barrett thought series… ‘inaugural’ event actually. Hope we can do it again. Please let me know your preferred mailing address so I can send your gift. On behalf of our team, thank YOU again for being a Barrett friend and advocate.”

Graeme Campbell, Managing Director – Barrett Asset Management, LLC

direct: 646-445-5048  mobile: 917-873-8072

(Note: Ms. Campbell was the event coordinator, and the speaking compensation was $5,000 for Mr. Szoradi. The annual investor appreciation event was held at the Cosmos Club in New York City and then again at the Fields Club in Greenwich Connecticut.)

“It was a pleasure to include you in the discussion; and thanks for sending your presentation and for offering to send a video of your talk. Just a heads up that we do videotape a lot of our sessions and post them, along with session presentations, though we tend to keep the discussion that occurs during committee meetings off the record, because sometimes legislators make candid comments that they would like to keep within the committee. But in this case, it should be no problem to post your edited video. I have forwarded your expenses to our administrative staff. The Puerto Rico meeting is being organized by our national office, so I will not be involved with the programming. I will, however, let them know that you are available if they are planning to have a discussion on sustainability. Thanks again for making the trip to Pittsburgh. I wish that we had more time to explore some of the ideas that you introduced regarding food waste-to-fuel technologies and job creation, but perhaps we can take up those topics at a future meeting.”

Rona J. Cohen, Editor, Print and Multimedia Projects, Senior Policy Analyst – Energy & Environment Program

The Council of State Governments, Eastern Regional Conference – 22 Cortlandt Street, 22nd Floor New York, NY 10007

T: (646) 383-5712 F: (212) 482-2344

(Note: Ms. Cohen was the event coordinator, for the Council of State Governments event that was for the Easter Region, which included over 500 state senators and representatives, held in Pittsburgh, PA for 2019.)

Standard speaking fee and travel requirements

 For certain associations and registered non-profit organizations, Mr. Szoradi has donated his time at no charge. For other events, minimum speaking fees are $1,500 with $2,500 or higher subject to audience size. Mr. Szoradi is flexible to travel across the U.S. and around the world, from his home/office in Greater Philadelphia. Coach class travel and modest accommodations are acceptable as part of the compensation.

Book/film information

Book Release:  Mr. Szoradi’s latest book is LEARN from LOOKING – How Observation Inspires Innovation.

Documentary Series: CISCO Systems selected Mr. Szoradi, for their One Million Acts of Green. Video profiles: Small Acts, Big Rewards and The Most Energy Efficient Home.

The HUT Documentary, winner of the Black Maria Film Festival Director’s Choice Award, and directed by Seth Kramer in the mid 1990s. Seth is one of the founders of Ironbound Films ( This documentary profiles three urban pioneers – Charlie Szoradi, Kate Bartoldus, and Steve Stormer. Collectively, they undertake the inspiring transformation of an old run-down Philadelphia church and the adjacent buildings into an arts collaborative. The shared studio spaces that they develop serve as catalysts for many local artists to execute their creativity, and the celebrated events at The Hut range from sculpture exhibitions to “Trash and Fashion” shows. As a young architect, Charlie speaks about his vision to transform the remnants of a disposable society into a meaningful way to improve the lives of his partners, the other artists in the film, and also the extended community.

Industry/types of groups

Sample Speaking Engagements across Corporate, Healthcare, Education, and Government events:

Mr. Szoradi is a sought-after public speaker on Sustainability, Energy Intelligence, and Controlled Environment Agriculture. For a breakdown of speaking engagements, see below:


Bowie State University – BSU Ninth Annual Food Day Symposium

Collaboration with the Alliance for Chesapeake Bay, the BSU C4 Committee and Aladdin Campus Dining Services

Focus: Smart Agriculture: A Paradigm Shift in Food Production for a Healthy and Sustainable Future. Topics covered:

  • Global Food Security challenges and policies
  • Smart Agriculture solutions to food security challenges
  • Current and ongoing research on Smart Agriculture at BSU and other regional research agencies

Main Line School Night – Growing Herbs & Microgreens Indoors.

Focus: Fresh herbs and microgreens all year round. A step-by-step guide to success with growing and maintaining a windowsill garden. Topics covered:

  • Best plants to select
  • Choosing the right location
  • Optimum soil conditions and watering strategies
  • Cost-effective options for grow lights and when you might need them.
  • Microgreen starter kits that include trays, grow mats and “superfood” seeds

Sustainable Stone Harbor – Energy Savings and Environmental Stewardship

Focus: Cost effective sustainability measures for the New Jersey shore as examples for other vacation and year-round residences in the sate and across the U.S.

  • Solar Photovoltaic (PV) rooftop panels
  • Electric Vehicle (EV) charge station
  • Passive solar front porch
  • Natural ventilation
  • Water Conservation with dual flush toilets
  • Water Collection with rain barrels
  • Edible Gardens with fruit and vegetables
  • Indigenous and drought tolerant landscape planting

2020-2021 (Covid-19)


Independence LED Lighting’s CEO, Charlie Szoradi, was invited by the Council of State Governments (CSG) to speak at their Conference for the Easter Region on July 29, 2019.

The presentation contents focus: Cost-Effective Energy Intelligence for operating cost reduction and job creation through clean technology ranging from specialty Corrections Facility LED Lighting to commercial Air Conditioning Optimization.

The Council of State Governments (CSG), a multibranch organization of the states, U.S. territories and commonwealths prepares states for tomorrow, today, by working with state leaders across the nation and through its regions to put the
best ideas and solutions into practice.

The presentation was specifically for CSG’s Energy and Environment Committee, and here is the link to the 12 minute video of the presentation:


Energy Efficiency Conference – 8th Annual Event, Harrisburg, PA – Advancing Together: Efficiency + Consumers + Technology

Barrett Asset Management – Triple Bottom Line Sustainability – Perspective on Clean-Tech Investing (New York and Connecticut presentations)

Mission Story – Triple Bottom Line – Presentation for the Mission Story event held in Philadelphia, focusing on Non-Profit and Triple Bottom Line companies. Independence LED’s CEO, Charlie Szoradi, shared with the audience the inspiration for starting the First Light Project ( in 2012. The 501(c)(3) is one of the philanthropies that Independence LED supports to provide aid to the developing world as well as under served communities in the United States.

New Jersey School Building and Grounds Association ( – Presentation on “A Business Case for LED Lighting”. Mr. Szoradi presented at a similar event in 2017, and the information was so well received that he was invited to present at the annual conference. This most recent presentation is a reflection of Independence LED’s ongoing commitment to energy intelligence.

Keystone Energy Efficiency Alliance (KEEA)

Event Press Release:

Legislators tour local Montgomery County manufacturing company

Independence LED Lighting an example of state’s expanding energy efficiency job sector


Mays Landing, NJ – New Jersey School Buildings & Grounds Association – A Business Case for LED Lighting

Capital Hill, Washington, DC – Office of US Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) – Focus on the $1.1 billion in annual energy savings with lighting retrofits via the Buy American and Hire American Executive Order. (Mr. Szoradi spoke on behalf of the LED market in his role as the Leadership Council Chairman of the American LED Alliance (

Dahlgren, VA – U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center – American Energy Security relative to the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).

Washington, DC – U.S. State Department, Truman Building – Energy Savings with Buy American Act (BAA) Compliant LED Lighting and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) enhanced technology for domestic and overseas security enhancement.

State College, PA – Penn State University – Future Food production through localized indoor vertical farming with LED lighting, optimized by customizing wavelengths via Photosynthetic Photo Flux Density (PPFD) metering

Boston, MA – Boston University – Next Generation LED Lighting and Direct Current (DC) Microgrid integration to maximize energy savings.

Philadelphia, PA – First of multiple book signings and presentations for Learn from Looking (preview and order:


BuildingsNY Expo – Javits Center, NYC

Conference Speaker – Presentation “A Business Case for LED Lighting”

Energy and Cost Savings Seminar

ARC: Association of Riverdale Cooperatives & Condominiums

Sustainable Energy Fund

Energy Service Provider (ESP) Network Conference – 2016 Presentation on A Business Case for LED Lighting

Eastern University

Environmental Science Club – 2016 Presentation on Public and Private Sector Lighting Solutions


BuildingsNY – Javits Center Event, New York City (Presentation available upon request)

Student Outreach – St. Albans School – Washington, DC

City of Philadelphia Energy Benchmarking Legislation – February 25th Philadelphia City Hall
Presentation to City Council at the request of the Philadelphia Sustainable Business Network (SBN) in support of Amending Section 9-3402 of the Philadelphia Energy Benchmarking Code – Chairperson Blondell Reynolds Brown Councilwoman At-Large.  The amendment included adding all commercial portions of any mixed-use building where a total of at least 50,000 square feet of indoor floor space is devoted to any commercial use. Mr. Szoradi provided written and verbal testimony that focused on benchmarking measurement as the foundation for perspective on constructive energy management.  He provided multiple case studies across different property types ranging from parking to multi-family properties that have benefited from measurement and subsequent energy saving lighting.

NYC Carbon Challenge 
– January 30th Wells Hall – Rockefeller University
Conference: NYC Universities and Hospitals
Presentation: A Business Case for LED Lighting
Mr. Szoradi was booked to speak a the request of the NYC Office of the Mayor, that has taken a leadership role in energy conservation and sustainability via initiatives ranging from events like this one to handbooks for best practices.

Participating Institutions included:

NYC Office of the Mayor
New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
Greater NY Hospital Association
NYC City Wide Administrative Services
Rockefeller University
Barnard College
Berkeley College
Cooper Union
The City University of New York
Fashion Institute of Technology
New School
Pace University
NYU Polytech
School of Visual Arts
St. John’s University
Weill Cornell Medical College
NYU Langone Medical Center
Mt. Sinai Beth Isreal
Mt. Sinai Hospital
Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai
Lutheran Health Care
Maimonides Medical Center
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Montefiore – Inspired Medicine
NY Presbyterian
North Shore LIJ – Health
NYU Langone Medical Center


Chester County Economic Development Council – CCEDC is a full-service, regional economic development entity that has provided “smart growth” business services to companies in Chester County and the proximate region for over 50 years. It is a private, non-profit, non-governmental corporation comprised of several affiliates and employing over 40 economic development specialists.

SMART PROC 14 – Strengthening The Mid-Atlantic Region for Tomorrow. The SMART Congressional initiative is the integration of regional Science & Technology activities for issues, events & projects among the SMART Congressional Delegation (8 Senators and 39 Representatives of DE, MD, NJ & PA), the Federal Executive Branch DC HQs, our International Allies, the four State governments (Executive & Legislative branches) and the regional technical, economic development and education/workforce development communities. Since 1999, SMART has conducted 282 significant events, addressed numerous case studies and facilitated $624M in direct SMART projects and $1.2B in indirect projects.

PMJ  – PJM is a regional transmission organization (RTO) that coordinates the movement of wholesale electricity in all or parts of 13 states and the District of Columbia.

MIT Enterprise Forum – Starting in 1978, a group of entrepreneurs from MIT began to meet informally to compare and critique each other’s business plans. These meetings proved invaluable for gaining objective feedback and for networking. As the gatherings grew, the group named themselves the MIT Enterprise Forum. Soon word spread about the group’s value, and entrepreneurs in Washington. D.C., Chicago, Houston, Seattle and other cities asked to form their own chapters of the organization. Today there are chapters in more than 28 cities around the globe, involving over 2,000 participants, sharing knowledge, ideas, and bringing new technologies to market.


Cornerstones of Sustainability for Penn State University MBA Program
Home Talk Radio
Executive Leader Radio
MIT Enterprise Forum – Keynote Speaker
Harvard Business School President’s Breakfast – Keynote Speaker
Switzer Group – Interior Architecture
Woodlynde School: K-12 Grade Assembly on Sustainability
U.K. Lightsense LED Boot Camp


ROTARY Club: Wayne, PA. Presentation on “Red, White, and Green” – Made in America technology and the Competitive Advantages of the U.S. LED Manufacturer for Job Creation and Energy Savings

LED Boot Camp: Ongoing Monthly Series with Factory Tours

The Association of Energy Engineers – New Energy Technology Conference featuring six top companies and their CEOs. Harras Casino – May 24th

Made in America: State of the Region. Panelist with David Muir, Weekend Anchor for ABC World News and correspondent for the broadcast’s Special “Made in America” Reports. Hilton Philadelphia City Ave, Grand Ballroom – May 23rd

April is “Earth” Month and some of the speaking requests come from the education sector such as these first two during Earth Week:

First Sustainability EXPO at Lower Merion High School with State Senator Daylin Leach (D-17) – April 26th

Student Tour of the Boyertown Factory and review of Bright Ideas with the Sustainability Workshop on – April 24th

Cleantech Alliance Forum and Exhibition. Academy of Natural Sciences – April 12th

State of the Lighting Market. Energy Analyst Team for Major Asset Management Firm with over 5,000 Financial Advisors and approx 300 Billion assets under management (Confidential) – April 9th

March 13: Entrepreneurs’ Forum of Greater Philadelphia’s (EFGP) annual Cleantech Conference at St. Joseph’s University, Mandeville Hall

February 27-28: Southern LED Solutions – Two Day LED Boot Camp Training in Meridian, Mississippi

February 21: Main Line Chamber of Commerce Go Green Committee – Green Business Makeover Project Presentation at Villanova University, Driscoll Hall


IMPACT Venture Conference – Mid-Atlantic Top 20 Cleantech company selection presentation on the Company and its LED Technology – 10.29.11
SCTE – Society of Cable and Telecommunications Engineers – Multiple Energy Reduction Presentations: SCTE EXPO Atlanta, GA 10.15.11 to 10.17.11
Radnor Conservancy – Energy Conservation Presentation following the screening of the film Low Impact Man – 10.9.11
University of Pennsylvania – Guest Lecturer – Wharton MBA, Masters of Urban Planning and Architecture Graduate Student Class – 10.27.11
The EAGLE LED TUBE Boot Camp – The Challenge, Solutions, and Results with 10 Point Differentiators in Technology for Linear LED Tubes.
PHARMA ENERGY CONFERENCE – Top 20 Pharmaceutical Companies: Designated Speaker on ‘The LED Lighting Landscape – Energy Savings and Green House Gas Reduction Opportunities for US and Overseas Pharma Facilities’
Green Economy Career Day – Conestoga High School, Devon, PA
Smart Energy Initiative of Southeastern PA – ‘The Business Case for LED Lighting’ Presentation at the Chester County Economic Development Council
PA State Representative Warren Kampf – Ribbon Cutting at the new office and presentation of LED retrofits
Annual Clean Tech Forum (2nd Annual) – Feb 16th
LED Saving Solutions Boot Camp, Feb 9th


LED Saving Solutions Boot Camp, Norwich, CT
LED Saving Solutions Boot Camp, Meridian,c MS
LED Saving Solutions ‘Launchpad’ Presentation, Devon, PA
High Performance Lighting for Country Clubs, Vero Beach, FL
The Path to Home and Office Sustainability: YMCA – Main Line Philadelphia, PA
Fairfax County School District – Largest in VA and the 12th largest in the country
LED Saving Solutions Boot Camp, Camden, NJ
Eco-Student – with Parents Presentation, Bryn Mawr, PA
UPENN Wharton and Architecture School Presentation, Philadelphia, PA
City of New Haven Presentation on Energy Savings, New Haven, CT
Sustainable Business Network Center for Architecture, Philadelphia, PA
St. Aloysius School Presentation to K-8th grade student body, Bryn Mawr, PA
Real Estate Investors Presentation – Association of South Eastern PA
Presbyterian Church – Green Week

MyPhl17 TV – Four Part weekly ‘Earth Month’ News Segments – (Across the month)
Green Chic Expo – Crystal Tea Room, Philadelphia, PA April 28th
LED Saving Solutions Boot Camp, Devon, PA April 26th
Episcopal Academy – Eco Kids Curriculum, April 26th
Environmental Fest – Swarthmore Presbyterian Church, April 24th
Sustainable Business Network – Annual SustainaBALL Sponsorship, April 23rd
Great Valley Middle School – Eco Kids Curriculum, April 23rd
Go Green Expo – Greater Philadelphia Expo Center – Introduction and Sponsorship of Keynote speaker Leilani Munter, April 17th

University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Real Estate Investment Department Class, Commercial Lighting and Residential Efficiency, March 25th
Eastern University – Commercial Lighting and Green Home Showcase, March 13th
Home Health & Home Wealth Seminar hosted by State Representative Brendan Boyle – 170th Legislative District – Keynote Speaker, Feb 28th
Social Venture Institute 2010 Business Conference, Hub Cira Center, February 27th
GREEN MATTERS Conference, Feb 24th
Eco Academy Training, Feb 18th
Go Green Committee Presentation, Main Line Chamber of Commerce, Feb 10th
LED Saving Solutions Boot Camp, Jan 20th


U.S. & China Delegation – Sustainability Conference, December 2009 (12/15/09 During Copenhagen Climate Conference Week) Main Line Chamber of Commerce – Chamber University Classes, November 2009
Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce – GreenNow Conference – October 2009
University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Real Estate Investment Program, October 2009
Williams Sonoma Home, October 2009
Professional Service Association: American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), September 2009
Philadelphia Inquirer – Job Fair – GREEN JOBS Presentation at Lincoln Financial Field, September 2009
Business Network Presentations: Sustainable Business Network, August 2009
Conservation Association Presentations: Brandywine Conservatory, July 2009

GoGreen Expo
Penn Futures Energy Conference
Eco Academy – Denver, CO
Empowerment Group Earth Day Small Business Symposium and Schools in Philadelphia and Washington, DC.

West Chester University Entrepreneurs Symposium
US Capital – Energy Efficiency Presentations – Including Senator Specter, Senator Casey, Congressman Brady and respective staffs re: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Wharton Real Estate Development Class University of Pennsylvania
Diversified Investment Group – DIG
Radnor Conservancy


Clean Tech for Obama Fund Raiser
St. Norbert’s School – Eco Kids Curriculum
Wilmington Friends School – Eco Kids Curriculum
Green Building Council