July 01 - BEST (Breakfast Energy Series Talk) Electricity Market Design and the Green Agenda William Hogan, Raymond Plank Professor of Global Energy Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School, Research Director of the Harvard Electricity Policy Group in the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government, and Member of the Kennedy School Faculty Appointments Committee.
April - 18th Energy Policy Conference, Disruptive Technologies Shock All Energy Sectors
Introduction and Opening Remarks
Mark Lively, Utility Economics Engineers; President, National Capital Area Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics Welcome Presentation
Guy Caruso, Senior Adviser, Energy and National Security Program,Center for Strategic and International Studies
Opening Keynote Speaker Johnathan Silver, CEO, Silver Asset Management
Investing in the future: Evaluating new technologies and economics, and making smart decisions
Video Duration: 00.25.50
Disruptive Technology in the Oil and Gas Sector: Hydrofracturing Tom Woods (Moderator), Independent Energy Consultant
Examining past projections: What signs did we ignore, who got it right, and where will technology take us?
Disruptive Technology in the Electricity Sector: Distributed, Renewable, Smart, and Competitive John Jimison (Moderator), Managing Director, Energy Future Coalition The multi-front transition facing the electric utility industry
Bill Chernicoff, Manager, Energy & Environmental Research, Toyota
Vehicles of the future: Energy, emissions, economics
Lawrence Jones, Vice President, Utility Innovations & Infrastructure Resiliance, Alstom Grid
Mass transit, smart cities, and generational change in values – what new technologies will change our urban areas, and what will it mean for the food-energy-water (FEW) trilemma , and the value chains of interdependent infrastructures?
February 21 - Lunch The Economics of Nuclear Fuel Mari Angeles Major-Sosiase, Vice President of International Relations and Commercial Affairs for the French Energy Company AREVA headquartered in Paris.