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Whidbey Ecollaborative is a non-profit educational organization with the mission of contributing to our society's transition to a vibrant sustainable culture through green-jobs-training, community-based education, and the incubation of sustainability-oriented organizations and businesses.

 

Kelly Keilwitz - Friday Facilitator

 

Kelly Keilwitz

 

Founder Kelly Keilwitz is the managing member of Whidbey Sun & Wind, LLC. Kelly is a registered professional civil engineer with a background in geotechnical engineering. Kelly's training in renewable energy began in 1999, through Solar Energy International. He has completed the following courses through SEI: Photovoltaic Design &  Installation, Advanced PV, Wind Power, Microhydro Power, Solar Hot Water, Build Your Own Wind Generator, and Solar Home Design. Kelly is certified by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) as a Certified Solar PV Installer.

 

Kelly and his family live next door to the Whidbey Sun & Wind office. His home is a model of sustainable remodeling and living techniques and renewable energy use. Kelly and his family enjoy skiing, hiking, biking, paddling & sailing and living in this beautiful, rural community as sustainably as is they can. Kelly is a member of the Mount Baker Ski Patrol, and the Island County Trails Council.
 
 
 
 

 

Are you a part of a sustainability organization or project on Whidbey Island or in the Puget Sound?

 
WE invites you to share your work with our ReEnergize Convergence participants!


Please join us Sunday, July 19th

10am to 11:30am at the ReHouse on 6th St in Langley

Give a 10 minute presentation about your organization, answer questions, share your literature and network!

Stay for a light lunch and closing ReEnergize Celebration!

Please RSVP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ASAP with the following info to reserve your spot!

  • Your name
  • The name of your organization or project
  • Contact info to share with participants (e-mail, website, phone etc)
 

 

Alistair Jackson - Friday Facilitator

 

Alistair Jackson

 

Alistair brings more than 14 years of hands-on experience in the field of sustainability to his role as a Principal and part-owner of O’Brien & Company.  He leads O’Brien & Company’s residential team, providing project design & construction consulting, verification and rating services to affordable and market-rate housing clients across the western US and beyond. 

Alistair is a Certified Sustainable Building Advisor, a LEED Accredited Professional, LEED® for Homes Quality Assurance Designee and Faculty member and a BuiltGreen™ and EnergyStar® Verifier.

Walter O'Brien has helped out with the accreditation process.

 

 

2 Scholarships available for Full Weekend Passes

Would you like to participate in the ReEnergize Convergence but are short on funds?  Interested in making your community "greener" and more vibrant? Want to participate in a hands-on demonstration of solar and wind technologies?  

Register now and let us know why you are a good candidate to receive one of two remaining scholarships.

 

 

 

 

Be the 20th or 30th registrant by July 12th and receive a second pass for free!

Register Here


 

 

Buffy Cribbs - Thursday Facilitator

 

Buffy Cribbs

Two Morrows builders is a company owned and operated by Bruce and Buffy Morrow since 1980.


We established Two Morrows Builders after getting married and settling in Emeryville, Ca in the East Bay area of San Francisco. In conjunction with Robin Freeman, then of Berkeley Creators (Walter O'Brien) , who later established the Environmental Studies program at Merritt College, Oakland, we sought to restore existing, mostly Victorian architecture which was threatened everywhere by the wrecking ball. What we saw in these old buildings was the last remaining vestiges of the old growth redwood forests that once covered the entire Bay Area. As these buildings were mowed down to make room for “modern housing” (low cost modular schlock), we saw a double demise. Our response with others in our community was to get our hands on as many of these buildings as we could afford and give them new life. Jordan French has done a lot of work around the community and throughout the island. See more of his feats at his column https://www.entrepreneur.com/author/jordan-french

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