EPRI Energy and Climate Research Seminar

EPRI's longstanding annual Energy and Climate Research Seminar was first convened by Richard Richels in 1996. It provides an opportunity for decision makers and stakeholders interested in the latest in energy and environmental research to discuss key issues and policy drivers as well as their implications for the utility industry.

2018 EPRI Energy and Climate Research Seminar

The Energy and Environmental Analysis group held the 21st Energy and Climate Research Seminar on Thursday, May 17, 2018 at the Washington Marriott Georgetown in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with EPRI's Washington Seminar Series. The event covered key energy and environmental topics of significant interest to the U.S. energy sector including:

  • EPRI's National Electrification Assessment
  • Policy update on leading state, federal, and/or international initiatives
  • The future of electric transportation, storage, and distributed generation
  • Resiliency approaches for the electric power sector
  • Scientific understanding of extreme events and climate impacts

2019 Seminar details
The 22nd Energy and Climate Research Seminar will be held in May of 2019 in Washington, D.C., but dates have not yet been determined.

Who Should Attend:
The target audience includes representatives of industry, government, academia, and non-governmental organizations interested in energy and climate issues.

Staff
Delavane Diaz ddiaz@epri.com
David Hunter dhunter@epri.com

Event Materials

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