The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society will convene experts from across the United States and the world to focus on the urgent energy questions of our time
Sponsored by the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society and the Revers Center for Energy at Tuck, Dartmouth's inaugural energy forum, "Investing in Our Energy Futures," will convene experts from across the United States and the world to focus on the urgent energy question of our time:
How can we shape our energy investments to simultaneously provide adequate energy access to all people and address climate change to ensure a sustainable environment for future generations?
The conference will explore opportunities and challenges related to worldwide investment in energy systems, with perspectives relating to financial, societal, and human capital.
Keynotes and panels across the three-day event will examine:
Investing to meet both increasing energy demand and climate targets
Emerging technologies and the changing fossil-renewables mix in different contexts
Advancing social justice and global energy access
Developing energy leaders, and other important issues within energy
Registration is open! Find out more information and register today at dartgo.org/EnergyFutures.
General Admission: $20
Dartmouth faculty, staff, and current students: Free
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.