Princeton Energy Conference 2021: “Charging Towards Net Zero”

The student-run Princeton University Energy Association will host the fourth annual Princeton Energy Conference, “Charging Towards Net Zero,” Thurs, Nov. 4, through Sat., Nov. 6, online. Register here in advance to receive webinar links for the three half-day conference sessions.

Co-sponsored by the High Meadows Environmental Institute, the virtual 2021 conference brings together industry professionals, academics, students and other community members spirited about new technologies and the future of the energy industry. The conference will feature panels on a wide variety of topics, including electric grids and infrastructure resiliency, decarbonizing India, and the future of hydrogen fuels. Each day will focus a specific theme — global decarbonization (day 1); energy systems and resiliency (day 2); and various end-use sectors and fuels (day 3).

A conference program and a list of panelists and keynote speakers are available online.

Panel and keynote recordings from the 2020 conference, “Where Will We Go From Here? Energy Implications and Futures Beyond COVID-19,” are now available.

 

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Princeton Energy Conference 2021: “Charging Towards Net Zero”

Event Date

Thu, Nov 4, 2021 ・ 8:45 AM - Sat, Nov 6, 2021 ・ 2:45 PM

Location

Online

The student-run Princeton University Energy Association will host the fourth annual Princeton Energy Conference, “Charging Towards Net Zero,” Thurs, Nov. 4, through Sat., Nov. 6, online. Register here in advance to receive webinar links for the three half-day conference sessions.

Co-sponsored by the High Meadows Environmental Institute, the virtual 2021 conference brings together industry professionals, academics, students and other community members spirited about new technologies and the future of the energy industry. The conference will feature panels on a wide variety of topics, including electric grids and infrastructure resiliency, decarbonizing India, and the future of hydrogen fuels. Each day will focus a specific theme — global decarbonization (day 1); energy systems and resiliency (day 2); and various end-use sectors and fuels (day 3).

A conference program and a list of panelists and keynote speakers are available online.

Panel and keynote recordings from the 2020 conference, “Where Will We Go From Here? Energy Implications and Futures Beyond COVID-19,” are now available.