Update: 21st Century Energy Transition Symposium 2020 has been scheduled for next year due to the COVID-19 issues. SAVE the DATE — May 4-5, 2021
With a reputation for independent research excellence, the four members of the Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory partners are uniquely positioned to help the public understand energy-related transitions occurring in Colorado, the West, the United States and internationally.
The partners (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State University) provide balanced, credible, and multi-disciplinary solutions to the complex problems facing the world. They can directly address all the issues – energy sources, environmental, water, land use, oil and gas production, air, regulatory, policy and cultural – that are demanding public attention and discussion.
Who should attend: Energy industry (all sources of energy), environmental organizations, renewables, researchers, scientists, venture capitalists and philanthropic organizations, energy-related organizations, law firms, entrepreneurs, small/medium/large companies in energy and environmental sectors, federal agencies, government, municipalities, regulators, utilities, academia, students, faculty and community.