Monday September 25, 2017 0 comments
FORT COLLINS -- The Energy Institute and the School of Global Sustainability will host the seventh annual 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium at Colorado State University Oct. 30-31.
The free, two-day event will focus on America’s and the world’s energy transition, organizers said.
A “Women in Clean Energy” lunch will kick off the event, followed by presentations by experts on major energy challenges, including how clean energy leadership is being taken up by cities, states and corporations, how effective cyber and energy security impacts America’s interlinked networks and how de-carbonizing fossil fuels can be accomplished.
The Oct. 30 keynote speaker will be Amory Lovins, co-founder and chief scientist at Rocky Mountain Institute.
On Oct. 31, a session moderated by former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter will include the governors of Colorado and Wyoming to share how they believe nonpartisan collaboration and regional cooperation can occur.
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