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21st Century Energy Transition Symposium May 4 - 5, 14

The 21st Century Energy Transitions Symposium May 4 - 5 and 14 provides incredible thought leadership and technology insight - this annual event offers a wide range of science, industry leadership, best practices, common sense regulations and policy implications across a broad spectrum of energy and sustainability issues.

Over 50 speakers and 16 sessions, plus technology pitch event. Speakers include:

  • Gina McCarthy, White House National Climate Advisor

  • Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, Honorary Symposium Chair

  • U.S. Representative Joe Neguse, House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis

  • Martin Keller, Director, NREL

  • Maria Tikoff Vargas, Senior

  • Jennifer Wilcox, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy, U.S. Department of Energy

  • Alice Jackson, President - Colorado, Xcel Energy

  • dozens more, check the agenda

Session Topics such as:

  • The Biden-Harris Administration and the Return to the Paris Accord

  • A Utility Perspective: How Does the Shifting Focus of Federal & Regional Regulatory Drivers Affect Company Strategy on Climate Goals?

  • Powering Women in Energy

  • Clean Energy Investment: How Environmental, Social & Corporate Governance (ESG) is Playing a Big Role

  • How States are Moving the Needle in the Clean Energy Transition

  • A Cooperative Approach to Addressing Carbon

  • Three Revolutions: Steering Automated, Shared, & Electric Vehicles to a Better Future

  • The Future of Combustion in a Zero Carbon World

  • Technology Breakthroughs: Electrification Approaches

  • Envisioning the Building of the Future

  • Environmental & Energy Justice

  • CO2 Mitigation: Carbon Sequestration/Reuse/Storage, Soils, Waste Mitigation of Plastics

  • Meeting the Challenges of the Climate Crisis

  • The Importance of National Lab Collaboration with Research Universities & Industry

Pitch event on May 14 includes these and more:

  1. Energy Efficient Systems & Materials

  2. Decarbonizing Industrial Heat

  3. Energy Cybersecurity

  4. Building-to-Grid Interactions

  5. NREL’s Electrification Futures Study

  6. Hydrogen

  7. Bioenergy & CBI

  8. Hydrogen Storage & Carriers

  9. Autonomous Controls for Power Grids

  10. Carbon Storage

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