Anna Cullen, external relations director for The Ray, will speak in a panel discussion at the Georgia Environmental Conference focused on sustainable transportation and infrastructure.
The topic for the panel is: The Ray: A Project to Transform Transportation Corridors for the Future
Eighteen miles of Interstate 85 in West Georgia has been designated as “The Ray.” Using ideas and technologies to transform transportation infrastructure, this section of I-85 has become a test lab for the use of solar pavement, pollinator gardens, bioswales, climate modelling, solar rights-of-way, and other innovative technologies. The project is the idea of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation, but has the support of Interface, Georgia DOT, the Georgia Conservancy, Georgia Tech, along with other private and public institutions. Moderator: Suzie Grams, USGS, SAWSC Speakers: Anna Cullen, The Ray; Tim Echols, Georgia Public Service Commission; Peter Marte, Hannah Solar.
Check out the Georgia Environmental Conference website to register for the conference and to see the full schedule.