The ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is an annual conference and technology showcase that brings together experts from different technical disciplines and professional communities to think about America’s energy challenges in new and innovative ways.
The 15th National Conference and Global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment: Energy and Climate Change will develop and advance partnerships that focus on transitioning the world to a new "low carbon" and "climate resilient" energy system.
The U.S. Energy Association will host the Mid-West Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) to examine Midwest Energy Issues.
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program is hosting a panel discussion on Tuesday January 27th looking at grid storage technologies.
EPA's proposed revision of ozone ambient air quality standard -- what does this mean for U.S. businesses?
Join the Women's Council for Energy and Environment (WCEE) and Air and Waste Management Association (A&WMA) Baltimore/Washington Chapter for a lunch discussion on EPA's proposal to revise the ozone ambient air quality standard.
The Nature Conservancy will host staff, supporters and friends at Eatonville Restaurant on January 27. Learn more about the Conservancy's global fisheries work from Jeremy Rude, who is a Fisheries Specialist with the Conservancy. Mix and mingle with friends and colleagues, all for a good cause!
America's Natural Gas Alliance invites you to a Recharge Conversation with Adam Sieminski, administrator of the US Energy Information Administration. The theme of the talk will be global energy after the oil price fall. How do plummeting oil prices change the international energy industry, and, specifically, the role the US plays in it? What does the future hold for all types of energy in a new era of cheaper oil?
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program will host Rusty Braziel, President & Principal Energy Markets Consultant for RBN Energy, James Jensen, President of Jensen Associates, Jim Burkhard, Vice President and Head of Global Oil Market Research and Energy Scenarios at IHS, and David Knapp, Senior Editor at Energy Intelligence Group, to discuss the energy market impacts of low oil prices.
The electric grid is increasingly a digital communications network. Indeed many of the leading technologies to enable the integration of renewable energy sources onto the grid are dependent on the digital and real time sharing of information. However, recent, well-publicized corporate cyber hacks have illustrated an inherent weakness of the technology – it is possible to inflict significant economic and property damage anonymously and from a great distance. What are the security, technological and legal implications of cyber hacks and cyber terrorism on the operation of electric networks? In this webinar we will hear from security, engineering and privacy experts will explain the existing framework and discuss the lessons and warnings for the future.
At this RFF seminar, experts will examine recent research on this important topic and discuss how the United States and other countries are addressing the challenge. Panelists will present new methods to quantify the climate vulnerability of farm households, demonstrated in major studies in Africa, South Asia, and the US Pacific Northwest. They will also address recent work currently underway at the US Department of Agriculture and the World Bank.
The American Water Works Association and Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments will host a discussion of water and wastewater utility energy efficiency programs, both today and potential for the future. This workshop will highlight successes and challenges in the region, with an emphasis on how water and wastewater utilities could participate in state and energy sector efficiency incentive programs.