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Category:New Energy Congress

2007 Archive of New Energy Congress Vote Results

See Congress:Action for current tally of active items, pending items, and decisions made by the New Energy Congress.

The New Energy Congress was founded in November, 2005.

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Vote Results

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December 2008

(Dec. 2 - 9) Approved: Change Reed Huish's standing from "member" to "advisor" of the New Energy Congress (Tally)

(Dec. 2 - 9) Approved: Change Andrew Michrowski's standing from "member" to "advisor" of the New Energy Congress (Tally)

(Dec. 2 - 9) Approved: Change Tom Valone's standing from "member" to "advisor" of the New Energy Congress (Tally)

(Nov. 10 - Dec. 10) Approved: The NEC endorses the following statement: "We recommend that Breakthrough Power become the flagship public education tool for the movement." (Ref.) (Tally)

(Nov. 24 - Dec. 1) Approved: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for three months, Ian Soutar has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

November 2008

(Nov. 17 - Nov. 23) Approved: Once a quorum has lodged at vote on the Blacklight Breakthrough Power endorsement poll, we should go ahead and issue a statement that the NEC has endorsed the book as a flagship public education tool, and that though the vote will not mature for a few weeks, the trend is strongly in favor. (Tally)

(Nov. 17 - Nov. 23?) Approved Unanimously: The new NEC mission statement shall be: "The New Energy Congress is a global association of experts who review the most promising new and emerging energy technologies. We publish Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD list, a publically available resource that is generated from a continuous professional review process taking into consideration a number of criteria including: environmental impact, sustainability, cost benefits, reliability, scalability, safety, and availability. We also facilitate the emergence of promising new technologies that may have difficulty gaining assistance through more traditional means." (Tally)

(Nov. 9-16) Approved: Approve Demetrius Ross for NEC membership. (Ref.) (Tally)

Octomber 2008

(Oct. 26 - Nov. 2) Failed: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for three months, Kevin O'Malley has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Ref.) (Tally)

(Oct. 26 - Nov. 2) Approved: Revise NEC mission statement to: "The New Energy Congress is an association of energy professionals from around the world who review the most promising claims to existing and up-and-coming energy technologies that are clean, renewable, affordable, reliable, easy to implement, safe, and legitimate. From this ongoing review, we generate a Top 100 Clean Energy Technologies listing. We also endeavor to facilitate the emergence of some of the more promising exotic technologies into the marketplace." (Ref.) (Tally)

(Oct. 22-29) Approved: 'Recuse' votes will count as being somewhere in the T100 when it comes to the rule that requires that 'in order for a technology to make it into the T100 list, at least 50% or more of the NEC voters must place it somewhere in the T100.' (Ref.) (Tally)

(Oct. 11-18) Approved: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Congress:Member:Daniel Bowers has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

(Oct. 8-15) Unanimously Approved: If the entire NEC is signed into a relationship with a company being considered for or listed in the Top 100, then that relationship must be stated both on the feature page and on the T100 bullet and NEC members will not be required to lodge the "recuse" option when voting. (Ref.) (Tally)

September 2008

(Sept. 11-18) Approved: "QUORUM: In order for a vote of the NEC body to be binding, at least 25% of the NEC membership must participate in the vote. NEC advisor participation can count toward the quorum requirement, but does not count in the NEC membership number from which the 25% is calculated." (Ref.) (Tally)

(Sept. 11-18) Approved: VOTE: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Congress:Member:Jim Hughes has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress.

(Sept. 11-18) Declined: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Scott Cumberland has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

(Sept. 11-18) Declined: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Congress:Member:Aaron Davidson has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

(Sept. 11-18) Approved: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Congress:Member:V.S. Travkin has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

(Sept. 11-18) Approved: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Congress:Member:Charles Bensinger has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

(Sept. 11-18) Declined: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Congress:Member:Nitin Raulji has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

(Sept. 11-18) Approved: Having been with the NEC preliminarily for at least three months, Congress:Member:Mark Snoswell has proven himself to merit being ratified as an active, full member of the Congress. (Tally)

August 2008

(Aug 15 - 22) Approved Ian Soutar for membership in the New Energy Congress. (Ref.) (Tally)

(Aug 3 - 10) Approved Daniel Bowers for membership in the New Energy Congress. (Ref.) (Tally)

July 2008

(July 18-25) Approved Kevin O’Malley for NEC membership. (Ref.) (Tally)

March 2008

(Mar. 30 - Apr 6) Approved Robert Pritchett to serve on the NEC Membership Committee. (Tally)

(Mar. 23 - 30) Approved Mark Snoswell for NEC membership. (Ref.) (Tally)

(Mar. 15 - 22) Approved Nitin Raulji for membership in the New Energy Congress. (Tally) (Ref.)

February 2008

(Feb. 8-15) Approved Carmen Miller for an NEC "Advisor" position. (Tally)

(Feb. 6-13) Approved: NEC Advisors will be given access to NEC-Forum and NEC-TechRev messages online and if they wish, they can receive the messages by email. They can also post messages to those lists. They may also vote in the T100 technology polls at NEC-TechRev. However, they may not participate in NEC-Forum votes (which typically require forum context) unless the poll allows or requests their participation. (Tally)

(Feb. 4-11) Approved Charles Bensinger for membership in the New Energy Congress. (Ref.) (Tally)

January 2008

(Jan. 31-Feb.7) Declined: Ratify Congress:Member:Carmen Miller's membership (3 months after Oct. 3 reinstatement). (Tally: 6 yes 8 no 5 abstain)

(Jan. 23-30) Approved: V.S.Travkin for NEC membership. (Ref.) (Tally: 14 Yes 0 No)

(Jan. 13-20) Approved Robert L. Pritchett for membership in the New Energy Congress. (Ref.) (Tally)

(Jan. 4-11) Directory:Chris Patton, [of Zero Point Films], unanimously approved as an NEC Adivosor. (Ref.) (Tally)

(Jan. 4-11) Approved: In order to be included in the Top 100 Energy Technologies listing, at least half of the votes by the NEC for that technology should be positive votes (i.e. votes that put the technology somewhere on the top 100 scale). (Ref.) (Tally: 13 yes 1 not enough info)

2007

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