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Dr. Harry Lehmann: Renewables 100 Policy Institute
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  2nd International Conference  

    Irvine, CA  |  May 11-12, 2017   


Dr. Harry Lehmann

General Director, Federal Environmental Agency, Germany

CERN/Geneva, Member of the UA1 Group unader Carlo Rubbia (Nobelprice 1984), discovery of the Z0, W+ and W- (Elemetary Particle Physics); 1984 - 1991
Founder and owner of the Engineering Consultancy “UHL Data” for SystemsAnalysis and Simulation in the field of Energy and Environment;

1985 - 1998         
Teacher at the Polytechnic of Aachen, Dpt. Juelich for “Numerical methods in environmental and energy planning” and “Solar Architecture for Engineers”; 1991 - 2000          
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy: Head of the Systems Analysis Group, 1999 - 2000 Research Director; since 1987
Eurosolar: 1987 - 1992 Member of the Board of the German Section,1992 - 1994 Vice president of the German Section,1994 - 2000 President of the German Section and Member of the European Board, 2000 - 2006 Vice president of the European Board,since 2007 Member of the Scientific Board; 1996
Prize-winner of the competition “environmental book of the” of the German Foundation for Environment for the book: “Zukunftsenergien - Strategien einer neuen Energiepolitik”, together with T. Reetz; 1996 - 2000
Member of the European Board of the “European Business Council for a Sustainable Energy\ Future E5”; since 1997
Member of the Consultative Committee “100 Solar Districts” of the Building Ministry and the Ministry of Regional Planning of North-Rhine Westfalia; since 1998
Member of the “Factor 10/X Club” for resource productivity and sustainable use of natural resources, since 2005 President; 1999 - 2003
Member of the Enquete Commission “With new energy technologies in the nextcentury” of the Parliament of the state of Bavaria; 2000 - 2002
Member of the Enquete Commission “Sustainable energy supply under the boundaries of globalisation and liberalisation” of the German Parliament; 2000 - 2003
Solutions and Innovations Unit Director, Greenpeace International; since 2001
Member of the “World Council for Renewable Energies”; 2000 - 2004
Head of the “Institute for Sustainable Solutions and Innovations” (ISuSI); since 2004
General Director at the Federal Environmental Agency of Germany, Dessau,Head of Division Environmental Planning and Sustainable Strategies; since 2005
lectures “Renewable energy technologies” at the University Lueneburg; since 2005
Member of the scientific board of the “Umweltforschungszentrum Leipzig-Halle” since 2010 Chairman; since 2006
Member of the scientific board of the “Solar Institute” of the Polytechnic of Aachen, Dpt. Juelich; since 2007
co-founder of the “Energy Watch Group” and chairman of the scientific board; since 2008
member of the climate board of the IBA Hamburg;