ENERGY WEEK AT DUKE
Energy Week 2020: Upheaval and Resilience
The fifth annual Energy Week at Duke (Nov. 9-12, 2020) is going all-virtual. We invite students, faculty, and professionals across the world to learn and connect at our free virtual events exploring the future of energy. Featured events include the Duke University Energy Conference (Wed., Nov. 11) and Energy Innovation Showcase (Thrs., Nov. 12). Consider donating to our GRID Alternatives fundraiser!
Our Goal: $5k for the 5th year of Duke Energy Week!
GRID's mission is to make renewable energy and job training accessible to underserved communities. Given the upheaval in 2020 and in line with our theme, we ask that in lieu of the usual registration fee you consider helping us support this organization with a mission to help uplift and bolster resilience in communities.
12th ANNUAL ENERGY CONFERENCE
Energy and Climate Change Reporter, Axios
Amy Harder covers energy and climate change for Axios and writes a weekly column called Harder Line. Previously, she covered similar issues for The Wall Street Journal. Amy was the inaugural journalism fellow for the University of Chicago’s Energy Policy Institute in 2018-2019, contributing to the school’s work through events, workshops and other discussions. She has appeared on PBS NewsHour, MSNBC, CBS and NPR, among many other media outlets. She is regularly sought out to speak and participate in events, including moderating and participating in panel discussions and giving speeches in Washington, D.C., and throughout the country. She is from Washington State and received a B.A. in journalism with honors from Western Washington University.
Join us for Duke University Energy Week
Energy Week at Duke invites students, faculty, and energy professionals to learn from industry experts and explore emerging trends in the energy sector. Highlights of this 5th annual series of educational and networking events include the day-long Duke University Energy Conference and the Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition. Dozens of students from across Duke collaborate to organize Energy Week, advised by the EDGE Center at the Fuqua School of Business and the Duke University Energy Initiative.
Check out some highlights from last year's Energy Week
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