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A representative of the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) contacted me last week to see if I was interested in interviewing Rhone Resch, SEIA's president. Not too uncommon to get such invitations, of course, but this time I had an idea that I thought would be fun to try out.

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Help CleanTechnica Interview Solar Energy Industry Association (Tomorrow!)

A representative of the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) contacted me last week to see if I was interested in interviewing Rhone Resch, SEIA’s president. Not too uncommon to get such invitations, of course, but this time I had an idea that I thought would be fun to try out.

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A representative of the Solar Energy Industry Association (SEIA) contacted me last week to see if I was interested in interviewing Rhone Resch, SEIA’s president. Not too uncommon to get such invitations, of course, but this time I had an idea that I thought would be fun to try out.

Google recently opened up Google+ to the public. As part of that, it opened up the possibility of “on-air” video hangouts (ok, basically, these are webinars, but a little more open). So, I thought, “Hey, it would be great to invite CleanTechnica readers to the interview — let them ask questions too!”

So, that’s the plan. I think you need a Google+ account to join in, but that’s easy to set up.

The interview will be tomorrow (Tuesday, October 4) at 3:00pm EST (noon PST).

Rhone’s schedule actually got booked up with something else at the last minute, but Tom Kimbis, SEIA’s Director of Strategy and External Affairs, will be participating in his place. I’m sure the interview will be just as useful and interesting.

The hangouts are limited to 10 participants. So, the first 8 people to join (other than Tom and me) will get to participate in the interview (everyone else will just be able to listen).

If you want to connect with me on Google+ before the interview, feel free. This is my Google+ page.

Otherwise, just go to that page tomorrow at 3:00pm EST and join the “Hangout.”

 

 
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