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Lima Climate Talks: A Catalyst for Global Change? A Future Energy Fellows #EnergyChat Webinar

December 15, 2014 by Jesse Jenkins

TEC #EnergyChat

Is the UNFCCC still a viable pathway to confront climate change? Are bilateral deals, like the US-China partnership, an alternative to the UNFCCC process? In collaboration with Shell's Future Energy Fellows Program we hosted an #energychat webinar to find out how experts felt about the subjects.[read more]


Who Will Build Tomorrow's Grid? The Energy Collective's Webinar & #EnergyChat

June 23, 2014 by Jesse Jenkins

Building Tomorrow's Grid

On Wednesday, June 18th, we hosted an incredibly informative webinar on how utilities can secure the greatest benefits from the smart grid, while simultaneously adapting their workforce to this rapid force of change. This post highlights from the Webinar and Tweetchat![read more]


Flood Risks: Urgent Action Needed - But What? Join Our Webinar

February 4, 2014 by David Thorpe

Floods cost billions: what can be done?

Floods devastating parts of Europe and Americas east coast have brought to the front of our minds the need to protect human habitation from the increasing number and severity of such events. But what are the best strategies for doing so? Sustainable Cities Collective explores the options...[read more]


A Look Ahead at Energy Policy and Politics in the 113th Congress

January 4, 2013 by Jesse Jenkins

After a heated election that featured prominent fights over the direction of United States energy policy, a free webinar on Wednesday, January 9th (12pm Eastern / 9am Pacific), will take a look ahead at energy policy and politics in the 113th Congress. Details and registration here...[read more]

Applying Innovation to Oil & Gas

January 23, 2012 by Geoffrey Styles

This Friday at noon Eastern Time I'll be participating in a webinar on The Energy Collective covering the application of innovation to the emissions from oil and natural gas. The topic is timely, not just because of the current debate over the fate of the Keystone Pipeline, but because despite the growing importance of renewable energy,...[read more]

Follow Up: Post Your Questions & Responses From "How To Save The Planet On A Budget"

December 1, 2011 by Amelia Timbers

Thank you so much for a terrific webinar! In a few days, we'll have an audio recording of this amazing presentiation up in this post's slot. We kept a fast pace to get to all the speakers in the 3 hour time slot, and we know we didn't get a chance to get to everyone's questions. Please post your unanswered or unasked questions in the...[read more]

Webinar With NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko Oct 6th

September 28, 2011 by Dan Yurman

Editor: This is an amazing opportunity that I hope all TEC members take advantage of. There will be a second NRC webinar on the 6th with anti-nuclear groups.Free online and unscripted webinar with NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko Tuesday October 4 11 AM-12Noon Eastern time Focus Will Be Policy Issues, Broad Regulatory and Safety Objectives...[read more]

Audio Archive: Growing Wind Power

August 15, 2011 by Energy Collective

Can the growth of the wind industry substantially reduce our dependence on fossil fuels? And if so, how soon? What evolutions in technology, policy, and economics are necessary to drive that growth? What are the obstacles to a large increase in wind power?[read more]

TODAY- 3pm EST- FREE WEBINAR: Post Fukushima Nuclear Policy

June 20, 2011 by Amelia Timbers

Live Webcast June 29, 3 PM ET / 12 PM PTFollowing the earthquake and tsunamis that tragically impacted Japan in March, the unfolding crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant has captured public attention for months. Energy experts are now questioning the long term impact of the Fukushima disaster on nuclear policy, international...[read more]

Finding The Future of Fission After Fukushima

June 17, 2011 by Dan Yurman

Young people entering the nuclear energy field retain their idealism about it Let’s say that here in June 2011 you are 22 years old and have just graduated from a four-year nuclear engineering program with your B.S. in hand and are looking at the future of the industry. What you want is a job and respect for the work you do. What you see...[read more]

WEBINAR NOW: There's still time to catch the end…

June 10, 2011 by Amelia Timbers

Wind has emerged as one of the most workable renewable energy technologies to finance, deploy, and see make a difference -currently, a limited difference- in the grid. The global wind industry has seen explosive growth in the last year, though tough times might lie ahead - advocates worry that countries will snuff renewable funding to...[read more]

WEBINAR - JOIN IT NOW: Funding Green Cities

May 13, 2011 by Amelia Timbers

If you're in energy, you've heard it before: 40% of US carbon emissions come from buildings. Everything that uses electricity- HVAC, lighting, appliances, etc- adds to this burden. To cut down on buildings' share of emissions, we have a collective challenge to transition to low carbon forms of energy. And trust me, that sounds great; we...[read more]

Charge it! The Challenge Facing Electric Cars

March 22, 2011 by Marc Gunther

 With all the dismal environmental news of late–from the nuclear crisis in Japan to the Republican attacks on EPA in Congress–it will be a pleasure this week to turn my attention to one of the most exciting developments on the sustainability front: the arrival of electric cars in the U.S. To be sure, the sales figures so far for the...[read more]

Libya, Egypt, energy and the environment…

March 8, 2011 by Marc Gunther

 What will the civil war in Libya, revolution in Egypt and political turmoil elsewhere in the Middle East and North Africa mean for the U.S. economy, energy prices and the environment? If you’d like to hear the insights of a couple of smart energy experts, join me on Wednesday at 2 p.m. ET for a free webinar organized by The Energy...[read more]

Energy Consumption Data – What is Privacy Worth?

September 6, 2010 by Christine Hertzog

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently published the latest draft of the Guidelines for Smart Grid Cyber Security, a collaborative public/private effort to assist individuals and organizations who will be addressing cyber security for Smart Grid systems.  The second volume focuses on Privacy and the Smart...[read more]