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Corporate Philosophy: People, Planet & Profit

Oregon Tech student, professor hope to change solar energy industry with design

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Posted: Saturday, October 6, 2012 11:55 pm

Adam Burwell likes to summarize his corporate philosophy with three P’s: People, Planet and Profit. The 29-year-old student is teaming up with one of his professors to launch a business venture the pair hopes will help the planet and change the solar energy industry. On Monday, they’ll show their design in a regional semifinal that could project them to an international stage.

Burwell moved to Klamath Falls for his wife’s rural nursing studies and to alter his own career path two years ago. He abandoned his construction management efforts at Portland State University and enrolled at Oregon Institute of Technology to study renewable energy engineering.

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1 comment:

  • Leslie McDowell posted at 2:38 pm on Mon, Oct 8, 2012.

    osufan Posts: 1

    Shame on you Mr. Schwartz for not getting your facts straight. Lindsey Burwell is a DOCTOR, not a nurse as you state in this article. Your ignorance on this matter overshadows what would otherwise be a great story about her husband Adam. She has spent almost a decade in school and training to become a family practice physician and she deserves that recognition. It is because of people like you who make assumptions based on age and gender that young female physicians do not get the credit they deserve for such an accomplishment.

     
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