Sustainable Energy Speaker Series
The Sustainable Energy Speaker Series was created to deepen campus and community understanding of contemporary energy issues and spur conversation, reflection and collaboration around energy topics. The series is a joint effort of the Appalachian Energy Center and the Department of Sustainable Technology and the Built Environment.
Energy is fundamental to modern life, requires immensely complex social, technological and economic systems and, therefore, poses many intriguing questions - how we harness it for human use, how we prioritize its use, how we ensure equitable access, how we transition to cleaner sources, how we weigh economic and environmental impacts and so on. Our aim with this series is to give students, faculty, staff, and the community a chance to learn, engage, connect, collaborate, and gain new perspectives on energy issues.
|Dr. Brian Southwell, Behavior Change to Reduce Home Energy Use. Belk Library, Room 114.|
|Jeffrey Tiller and Chuck Perry, Implementing Energy Conservation Policy via the North Carolina State Building Code. Belk Library, Room 114.|
|David March, Managing Partner of Entropy Investment Management. Financial and Economic Analysis for Investing in Renewable Energy and Energy Markets. Belk Library, Room 114.|
|Robin Aldina, Manager of Energy Research at the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association|
North Carolina's Clean Energy Industry: Status and Prospects. Belk Library, Room 114.
|More to come starting in August!|
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The series is free and open to the public and student attendance will be kept should instructors be interested. Look for more speakers to be announced! Have an idea for a speaker? Email email@example.com
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Dr. Jeff Ramsdell, Director
828-262-7514 (Appalachian Energy Center)
401 Academy Street
226 IG Greer Hall
ASU Box 32131
Boone, NC 28608