FORA.tv Speaker - Robert Hertzberg

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Biography

Robert M. Hertzberg was twice unanimously elected Speaker of the California State Assembly (2000 – 2002). He now is co-founder of G24 Innovations based in Cardiff, Wales which manufactures a new type of lightweight and flexible solar cell that generates power in low, ambient and even indoor conditions. He is also an equity partner at Mayer Brown LLP, one of the world's largest international law firms.

His work with G24i, and as co-founder of Renewable Capital, has made him an active entrepreneur and leader in global policy on renewable energy. The Guardian (UK) named him as one of the "50 People Who Could Save the Planet" and his company won the World Bank's Award for Lighting Africa, for a project in Rwanda. CNBC European Business recognized G24i as one of its TOP 100 Low-Carbon Pioneers. Mr. Hertzberg has appeared on CBS Evening News, CNN, BBC, Nightline, and in articles in The Economist, and Fortune Small Business. A previous solar company in Los Angeles won the 2005 Wall Street Journal Innovation of the Year Award in the field of energy.

4 Programs

California Votes 2012: What's at Stake for Golden State?

10.03.12 | 01:05:54 min | 0 comments

Governance Panel: Leading to a Better Time

12.07.10 | 01:25:55 min | 0 comments

Keeping California Competitive in a Flat World

07.13.10 | 01:11:25 min | 6 comments

The US & China: Global Centers for Green Building Policy

05.01.09 | 01:17:09 min | 0 comments