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Town Hall Public Forum

The Nichols Hills Environmental, Health, & Sustainability Committee Presents:


Energy Transition in the European Environment

By Jan Heetebrij from the Netherlands


Nichols Hills Town Hall, 6407 Avondale Drive

Thursday, July 31st at 6:00 P.M.


The notable JAN HEETEBRIJ will come to Town Hall with the message of sustainable business development, specifically towards energy transition.  Highly respected nationally and internationally for his various business interests, Jan began as a top specialist in jet engine maintenance for the Royal Military Academy and Technical University in Breda, the Netherlands.  His expertise moved him into the nuclear energy business, and then he was asked to head the European territory of Advanced Semiconductor Materials International.  By the late l980’s Jan had started his consultancy and project management organization, and later he partnered with four others to concentrate on sustainable business development towards energy transition.


The projects of this partnership center around wind energy, solar energy, bio-energy, bio-fuels, bio-energy from waste, contracting, real estate, and vehicle propulsion, specifically electric vehicles.


Jan Heetebrij is respected for his experience and achievements.  His appearance will benefit any who know of him or are curious about this outstanding person who lives on a day-to-day basis by his personal credo, “Freedom is having the choice to do what is necessary.”


You are invited to join the Nichols Hills Environmental, Health, & Sustainability Committee for this unique opportunity to hear Jan Heetebrij on “Energy Transition in the European Environment” who is here in Oklahoma as a friend of Marilyn and Bill Arnold, members of the EHS Committee.


For additional information contact Bill Arnold at 607-8882 or Nancy Herzel at 919-9105.


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