Join the WGES Council, Host Ambassadors & Partners at the DC World Green Energy Symposium Executive Forum. This is the world stage for latest launches, policies, unveiling of procurement opportunities and showcase of sustainable technologies and innovations in new energy.
This year’s Summit, hosted by the Clean Energy States Alliance, is the best way to learn about developments and trends related to state RPSs and to network with many of the people from across the country who are most engaged in implementing and analyzing state RPSs.
The Hamilton Project will host a forum with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew to explore the economics of climate change, and the potential costs of inaction to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The District Department of the Environment will join the monthly Trinidad neighborhood meeting to provide Energy and Weatherization information and demonstrations.
The Energy 2030 Summit brings the community of Energy 2030 endorsers to Washington, D.C. for a discussion on what the federal government can do to help spur activity at the state and local level to achieve the goal of doubling U.S. energy productivity by 2030.
The GW Solar Institute will host its 6th Annual Solar Symposium. This event convenes policymakers, industry experts, business leaders, academics, and students to discuss innovative solutions to today's biggest solar policy questions.
The Evening with the Stars of Energy Efficiency Awards Dinner has been the preeminent showcase for energy efficiency’s most industrious advocates and innovators since its inception in 1993.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
In this Energy and Environment Breakfast, ICF International welcomes two energy experts who offer various perspectives about the power industry and the challenges involved in gaining consensus in a time of great flux.
In the briefing of the book, "Renewable Energy Integration: Practical Management of Variability, Uncertainty, and Flexibility," speakers will discuss the background to the book, provide an overview of different parts and key themes, and how they relate to the U.S. renewable energy industry. The speakers will also give their perspectives on the future outlook of renewable integration and enabling technologies.
ACORE holds a webinar and conference call on the near-term outlook for the North American energy market.
Global warming is changing environmental conditions in the Arctic and opening new opportunities for resource extraction. Greenland, long thought to have excellent potential for iron ore, copper, zinc, lead, gold, rubies, rare earth elements and oil, has looked to strengthen its economy through the development of these resources. For many in Greenland, including the current government, resource extraction is seen as a necessary step toward the ultimate goal of independence from Denmark.