Lance McKee is a writer and corporate communications consultant. He started and ran his own small business, helped found and was vice president of a successful software industry standards consortium, and works with environmental and renewable energy organizations. Along with his daughters, he is a founder of YourEnergyOptions.com. He lives in Worcester, Massachusetts.
10 Circuit Avenue East
Worcester, MA 01603
Opportunity - Manage & Share Ownership in YourEnergyOptions.com, an exciting new clean energy social networking and referral website! September 15, 2008. (Download as Adobe Acrobat .pdf file.)
Click here to see Your City's (in this case, Worcester's) Clean Energy Portal, courtesy of YourEnergyOptions. (This is a temporary test of our YourEnergyOptions Partner strategy. A Partner is a local organization with a website containing a location-conveying link to that locality's YourEnergyOptions community clean energy portal.)
Russell McKee's Obituary . Published in the Lansing State Journal on May 26, 2010
Green Tax Shift Would Improve US Competitiveness . Letter to the Wall Street Journal, April 21, 2009 (not published)
Letter to the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities . Preface to comments provided for DPU guidance in creating regulations based on Massachusetts' new Green Communities Act, prior to an October 30, 2008 hearing.
Celebrate StepItUp Worcester! Invitation published in "Your Turn" section of Worcester Magazine, April 10, 2007
More than an movie. Defense of "An Inconvenient Truth" published in "Your Turn" section of Worcester Magazine, June 29, 2006.
Worcester takes a leading role in future of clean energy. Guest editorial for the Worcester Telegram and Gazette's "Commentary" page. Published April 18, 2005.
Carbon dioxide emission offests arranged for travel to national political conventions. CERC press release for energy trade publications and renewable energy associations, July 23, 2004.
National political conventions showcase green building. CERC press release for exhibit industry trade publications and architecture, engineering and construction trade publications, July 15, 2004.
Coalition brings clean power to political conventions. CERC press release for energy trade publications and renewable energy associations, July 2, 2004.
U.S. Economy will soon depend on renewable energy. Guest Editorial for Worcester Telegram and Gazette's "Commentary" Page. Published July 2, 2004.
Clean Energy Powers National Political Conventions. Article published in North American Wind Power, July, 2004.
Taking the Initiative - The Opportunity in Green Conventions. Article for New England's Environment. Published June, 2004.
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Coalition Reducing Environmental Footprint of Presidential Conventions. Article published in June, 2004 Northern Sky News.
Worcester's Electric Power Future and the Airport - Pessimism, Optimism, Realism. Presentation to Worcester, Massachusetts City Council Public Service and Transportation Committee, June 23, 2004. (Download as Adobe Acrobat .pdf file.)
Building at the Presidential Conventions. Article for New
England Real Estate Journal's May 21-27, 2004 "Construction,
Design and Environment" section.
Catch the Internet Wave! OGC column for the February, 2000 issue of GIS World.
Avoiding"Disaster Information" Disasters. OGC column for the December, 1998 issue of GIS World.
OGC Supports Gore's Digital Earth. OGC column for the June, 1998 issue of GIS World.
Building Tomorrow’s Invisible Infrastructure. OGC column for the February, 1998 issue of GIS World.
Geoprocessing, Government Sustain Civilization. OGC column for the June, 1997 issue of GIS World.
Who will design, fund and build the NSDI? OGC column for the February, 1997 issue of GIS World.
Strategic Membership for Nations and Regions.OGC column for the December, 1996 issue of GIS World.
Intergalactic Geoprocessing Middleware.OGC column for the March, 1996 issue of GIS World.
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