Innovation and low-carbon policies are driving the development of clean energy technologies around the world. However, only a small number of these policies are devoted to carbon capture, despite its outsized importance in reducing emissions.
The discussion will explore how one country, Norway, has fostered the development of its carbon capture infrastructure, as well as the emerging business case for carbon capture in the U.S. and globally.More Details
The full House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology will convene a hearing entitled “Resiliency: The Electric Grid’s Only Hope.”More Details
Join the Center for American Progress and former Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Administrator Craig Fugate, who will discuss his experience following Superstorm Sandy.More Details
The full Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources hold a hearing to examine the status of energy storage technologies, reviewing today’s technologies and understanding innovation in tomorrow’s technologies.More Details
The House Committee on Energy & Commerce will convene a hearing entitled “Part II: Powering America: Defining Reliability in a Transforming Electricity Industry.”More Details
NCAC will be co-hosting with Women’s Council on Energy and the Environment (WCEE), which provides nonpartisan, policy neutral forums on energy and environmental issues and fosters the professional development of their members. They do this by providing educational and networking opportunities in an open, cooperative and supportive environment.More Details