The current mode of transmission and distribution of electricity has proven to be unreliable and inefficient. This is because the grid technology currently in use has changed very little since it was developed. Researchers are now experimenting with smart grid […] The post The Future of Smart Grid Technologies appeared first on Green Lane Sustainable [...]
Source: SurePayroll, September 15, 2016 Every business can see financial benefits from being environmentally conscious, thanks to both savings in your operating costs and consumer goodwill. When customers see that a company is sustainable or otherwise committed to ethical choices, 66% of […] The post 3 Ways Every Business Can Help Save the Planet and Benefit Too [...]
Eugene Water and Electric Board (EWEB) presented a short presentation at the February 2016 luncheon detailing their new microgrid project. Click here for highlights of their presentation.
Mountain Rose Herbs is currently hiring for a Farms Procurement Officer (please click on the link for job description): MRH Procurement Officer 2016 For more information on Mountain Rose Herbs, please visit their website.
The GreenLane By-Laws have been reviewed and updated to reflect current standard practices. The bylaws can be reviewed GreenLane Bylaws Approved Nov 2015. If you are a member of GreenLane and have any questions about the contents of the by-laws, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The votes are in! Here are the newest additions to GreenLane's Board of Directors: Shandy Buckley, GloryBee Foods, Membership Chair Nicole McClintock, Isler CPA, Treasurer Leisha Wood, Lane Local Foods Robin Forster, Feel So Alive (Incumbent) Jodi Sommers, Essex General Construction, (Board Co-Chair, Incumbent) Susan Quash-Mah, Tamarack Aquatic Center (Board Member Alternate) GreenLane is excited [...]