WIT TALKS: David Blittersdorf '77, Hon. '14


Why Green Business Is Guaranteed
To Be Your Future (And Mine)

Wentworth Institute of Technology trustee and alumnus 
David Blittersdorf, MDE '77, Hon. '14 is the President and CEO of AllEarth Renewables, Inc.,
a Vermont-based company that designs and builds dual-axis solar trackers. He has more than 35 years’ experience in the field of renewable energy and preparing for future energy constraints.

Event Details

This event is free and open to the public

Wednesday, September, 27, 2017 | 6:30 P.M. 
Multipurpose Room, Beatty Hall
Wentworth Institute of Technology
550 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115 


To register, select the red button above that reads, "register" or contact the Office of Alumni & Constituent Relations at
alumni@wit.edu or by phone at 617-989-4156

Parking & Directions

Parking will be available in the West Lot (on the corner of Ruggles St. and Huntington Ave.) and in the Parker Street Lot (on the corner of Parker Street and Annunciation Road). Handicapped parking is available in the West Lot.

Wentworth Institute of Technology is located on 550 Huntington Avenue | Boston, MA 02115. Directions can be found on the Institute's

David Blittersdorf, MDE '77, Hon. '14
President and Ceo, AllEarth Renewables, Inc. 

David Blittersdorf ’77 has charted a course in green business over three decades — from wind energy measurement to solar energy generation and now commuter rail transportation. Roughly four in ten people today make purchasing decisions based on a company’s alignment with their values, and this percentage is increasing with younger generations. Seven in ten Americans believe extreme weather events are increasing in frequency and severity, whether or not they accept the term “climate change.” Add in concern about food safety, toxic chemicals, and water pollution, and there is no doubt about the green path ahead for the future of business.

For more information, visit www.allearthrenewables.com, www.allearthrail.com, of follow @dblittersdorf on Twitter.