Technology Association of Georgia publication features CEO, GE Industrial Solutions in Green Tech Issue.
The Green Technology issue of Hub Magazine was released last week with the cover featuring Stephanie K. Mains, CEO of Industrial Solutions, GE Power.
Hub Magazine defines Green Technology as the application of advanced systems and services to a wide variety of industry sectors in order to improve energy generation and efficiency, source reduction and sustainability. The Green Tech Sector is one of Georgia’s fastest growing economic clusters, generating over $2 billion in revenue. The Green Technology issue of Hub Magazine focuses on the innovators and companies that are fueling the sector in the Peach State.
The magazine and its cover were unveiled at a reception at Savills-Studley in Buckhead. The issue also revealed the individuals selected for Hub’s 2017 Green Technology Game Changers: Who’s Who in Technology List.
Other articles featured in the issue were contributed by industry thought leaders from a wide range of organizations including:
- American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
- Georgia Institute of Technology
- Southern Company Innovation Center
- TAG Education Collaborative
The issue also profiles the startup scenes of Southwest Atlanta; showcases startups in alternate energy and sustainability and provides a recap of the biggest technology headlines, news and more.
Hub Magazine is the print component of Hub, which is the multimedia brand of the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), one of the nation’s largest state trade organizations dedicated to technology and innovation.
About Hub Magazine
Hub Magazine features timely news, ideas, people and trends that are at the intersection of Georgia’s Emerging technology community. Published quarterly, HUB Magazine reaches a potential 50,000 + subscribers via print and digital distribution.
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About The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
TAG is the leading technology industry association in the state, serving more than 35,000 members through regional chapters in Metro Atlanta, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Macon/Middle Georgia, and Savannah. TAG’s mission is to educate, promote, and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy.
Additionally, the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG’s charitable arm) focuses on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive.