Events - 30 Nov 17

At the Crossroads IV – Energy & Climate Policy Summit

The Texas Public Policy Foundation and The Heritage Foundation are pleased to present the premiere energy and climate policy event in America – the “At the Crossroads IV: Energy and Climate Policy Summit.” Take part in the conversation with the world’s leading scientists, policymakers, entrepreneurs, and energy experts, who will gather to explore this turning point in energy history and the long-lasting potential it holds for America and beyond. Join us for “At the Crossroads IV” to celebrate a message of hope and find out more about what you can do.

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Hydrogen and Green Shipping: Zero Emission Fuels in the Maritime Sector

The CSIS Energy and National Security Program is pleased to invite folks to Hydrogen and Green Shipping: Zero Emission Fuel in the Maritime Sector. The discussion will center on the development and implementation of hydrogen fuel technology, the important role it could play for shipping in the transition to a low-carbon future, and ongoing U.S.-Norwegian cooperation in the area.

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Clean Energy Choices

Across the country, clean energy is growing rapidly in states that allow customers to choose their electricity supplier. By providing access to lower-cost sources of energy, this system of “retail choice” grants customers more options and even allows them to generate their own energy on-site. States that allow retail choice are seeing their electricity rates fall, as clean energy grows through voluntary, customer-driven decisions. Importantly, large corporations that want to cut their own electricity bills or demonstrate their commitment to sustainable business practices have been leading the charge for distributed energy generation, marking a refreshing intersection of the conservative and green agendas.

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Natural Gas Roundtable w. FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee

The Natural Gas Roundtable is pleased to announce that FERC Chairman Neil Chatterjee will be the guest speaker at the next luncheon.

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New Realities for U.S. Energy Security

Since the 1973 oil crisis, both the US federal government and the public have been focused on improving the security of the nation’s oil supply. The fracking revolution has reduced our country’s vulnerability to shocks with political origins—but the recent gasoline shortages in Houston and Florida as well as the shutdown of parts of the US oil supply chain remind us of the susceptibility of the US energy sector to weather-related shocks.

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Operation Sleigh Bells: Energy Networking Event/ Toy Drive

This event is both a Community Service & Networking Event to collect unwrapped new toys that will be distributed to the children of the Power52 Energy Professional Trainees as well as local women & children shelters.

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