Archive for March, 2009

Representative Corinne Ching on Historic Preservation Part 1

March 30, 2009

Representative Corinne Ching speaks about Heritage Day Part 2

March 30, 2009

Representative Corinne Ching speaks about Heritage Day Part 3

March 30, 2009

Representative Corinne Ching speaks about Heritage Day at the State Capitol Part 3

Representative Kymberly Pine Judges Homeless Issues

March 30, 2009

Representative Thielen Speaks With Oceanlinx’s Dr Tom Denniss

March 27, 2009

Part 1 of 4 Chief Technology Officer Dr Tom Denniss founded the Company (initially called Energetech Australia Pty Ltd) in 1997 and spent nine years as the Company’s first CEO. He developed the core technology that Oceanlinx is now commercializing. Prior to forming the Company, he spent four years lecturing in mathematics and oceanography at the University of NSW and five years in an investment bank. He has continued as a prominent contributor to the marine technology industry over many years through both academia and industry conferences and committees around the globe. He is the recipient of a number of awards for his pioneering work in wave power.

As Chief Technology Officer Dr Denniss will continue to improve and advance Oceanlinx OWC technology as well as use his extensive global network of relationships with academic and industry leaders to further enhance the Company’s position and profile as well as expand the Company’s investment and business portfolio. Oeanlinx is coming to Maui.

Representative Thielen Speaks With Oceanlinx’s Dr Tom Denniss

March 27, 2009

Part 2 of 4 Chief Technology Officer Dr Tom Denniss founded the Company (initially called Energetech Australia Pty Ltd) in 1997 and spent nine years as the Company’s first CEO. He developed the core technology that Oceanlinx is now commercializing. Prior to forming the Company, he spent four years lecturing in mathematics and oceanography at the University of NSW and five years in an investment bank. He has continued as a prominent contributor to the marine technology industry over many years through both academia and industry conferences and committees around the globe. He is the recipient of a number of awards for his pioneering work in wave power.

As Chief Technology Officer Dr Denniss will continue to improve and advance Oceanlinx OWC technology as well as use his extensive global network of relationships with academic and industry leaders to further enhance the Company’s position and profile as well as expand the Company’s investment and business portfolio. Oceanlixn is coming to Maui

Representative Thielen Speaks With Oceanlinx’s Dr Tom Denniss

March 27, 2009

Part 3of 4 Chief Technology Officer Dr Tom Denniss founded the Company (initially called Energetech Australia Pty Ltd) in 1997 and spent nine years as the Company’s first CEO. He developed the core technology that Oceanlinx is now commercializing. Prior to forming the Company, he spent four years lecturing in mathematics and oceanography at the University of NSW and five years in an investment bank. He has continued as a prominent contributor to the marine technology industry over many years through both academia and industry conferences and committees around the globe. He is the recipient of a number of awards for his pioneering work in wave power.

As Chief Technology Officer Dr Denniss will continue to improve and advance Oceanlinx OWC technology as well as use his extensive global network of relationships with academic and industry leaders to further enhance the Company’s position and profile as well as expand the Company’s investment and business portfolio. Oceanlixn is coming to Maui

Representative Thielen Speaks With Oceanlinx’s Dr Tom Denniss

March 27, 2009
Part 4 of 4 Chief Technology Officer Dr Tom Denniss founded the Company (initially called Energetech Australia Pty Ltd) in 1997 and spent nine years as the Company’s first CEO. He developed the core technology that Oceanlinx is now commercializing. Prior to forming the Company, he spent four years lecturing in mathematics and oceanography at the University of NSW and five years in an investment bank. He has continued as a prominent contributor to the marine technology industry over many years through both academia and industry conferences and committees around the globe. He is the recipient of a number of awards for his pioneering work in wave power.As Chief Technology Officer Dr Denniss will continue to improve and advance Oceanlinx OWC technology as well as use his extensive global network of relationships with academic and industry leaders to further enhance the Company’s position and profile as well as expand the Company’s investment and business portfolio. Oceanlixn is coming to Maui.

 

Better Government March 15, 2009 Part 1

March 27, 2009
Part 1 of Better Government with host Sarah Hunt , Dan Brackins, Representatives Kymberly Pine, Gene Ward Ph.D. and Former State Senator John Carroll

Better Government March 15, 2009 Part 2

March 27, 2009
Part 2 Better Government with host Sarah Hunt, Dan Brackins, Representatives Kymberly Pine, Gene Ward Ph.D and former State Senator John Carroll