Our Goal

At a time when energy related issues are so significant—national security, economic development and Green House Gas management—the university can serve as a neutral open forum for their discussion. The goal of the Series is to provide an objective, factual and comprehensive analysis of the Southeast’s energy and power requirements to 2030 and to examine the extent to which clean energy technologies can meet these demands.

2013-2014 Program Schedule

PREVIEW OF OUR UPCOMING PROGRAMS
September 25th 2013 12:30PM EST Levelized Cost of Energy–Making Economic Sense of Energy Options

Free

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October 30th 2013 12:30PM EST Distributed Power and Rooftop PV–Viable in the South?

Free

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December 4th 2013 12:30PM EST Alternative Power: Benefits of Combined Heat & Power, and Landfill Gas

Free

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January 29th 2014 12:30PM EST RESCHEDULED DUE TO WEATHER Insights from Edison Electric Institute: “Disruptive Challenges: Financial Implications and Strategic Responses to a Changing Retail Electric Business”

Free

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February 26th 2014 12:30PM EST Advancing Electric Vehicles and Plug-in Hybrid Rollout

Free

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March 26th 2014 12:30PM EST Insights from Edison Electric Institute: “Disruptive Challenges: Financial Implications and Strategic Responses to a Changing Retail Electric Business”

Free

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April 30th 2014 12:30PM EST The Growing Information Intensity of Energy: Industry and Technology Implications

Free

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note: The events often include time at the end for Q&A sessions, allowing attendees to get clarity or address other questions related to the sessions topics. Those watching from via webcast can participate by sending an emails to Ben Hill here .

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