Join us on Oct. 30, 2013, for the fifth annual
The Duke University Energy Conference is an annual student-led event aimed at bringing together thought leaders in industry, government and academia to fuel independent analysis on energy markets, trends, policies and technologies.
Duke University’s unique academic breadth and emphasis on the energy space provides a distinctive setting for discussion concerning the challenges and opportunities facing the industry today.
Wednesday, October 30th
Conference: 8:15 a.m. to 5 p.m., Fuqua School of Business
Energy Mix reception: 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Energy Hub, Gross Hall
This event is free, though registration is required.
This year’s conference features keynote speakers, six comprehensive panels, and a networking cocktail reception.
Panels topics include:
- Energy Markets & Policy: A changing U.S. electricity sector
- Energy Investing: New investment opportunities and vehicles
- Global Energy Security: Global energy dynamics and trends
- Disruptive Technologies: Game changing technologies and the ramifications to incumbents
- Energy Consumers & Gamification: Powerful effects of demand side management
- Innovation & Climate Change: Understanding tradeoffs between cost, reliability and GHG emissions reductions