FAQ

 
Is Energy Week 2020 completely virtual this year?

Yes, we’re going completely virtual, in keeping with Duke University policy on Fall 2020 public events. We are looking forward to benefits of offering an online event series this year, including how the virtual format can bring more people together!

 
Are all events open to the public?

The following events are open to the public: 
 

MON., NOV. 9 -- Ways & Means Presents: Climate Whistleblowers

WEDS., NOV. 11 -- Duke University Energy Conference, Research Poster Presentation

THRS., NOV. 12 -- Energy Innovation Showcase


All are welcome to submit applications for the Energy Research Poster Presentation (deadline OCT. 12).

In addition, Duke students can take part in SPARK Career Event and Duke alumni, students, faculty, staff, and special guests can attend Power Hour.

The Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition is open to graduate students across the world, but applications have closed for the 2020 competition. 

 
How do I register?

Click Here! You can also sign up for the Duke University Energy Initiative email list for updates on this and other online events, news, and opportunities at Duke.

 
How do I get involved?

We are always looking for Duke University student volunteers to help participate during Energy Week or get involved on the Energy Week team! The Energy Week Leadership team is looking for general volunteers and individuals to join the Energy Week marketing team. If you are interested in getting involved, and have questions about either role, please contact us at energyweek@duke.edu.

 
How do I become a sponsor?

If you are interested in sponsoring Duke University Energy Week, please reach out to our sponsorship lead, Anna Epstein, at anna.epstein@duke.edu for details. Additionally, you can check out our sponsor page to learn more.

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