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NCAC-USAEE Newsletter, October 2021

14 Oct 2021 1:03 PM | Anonymous member

Welcome to our new members…and officers/council members!  We hope that you all had a great Summer and that your Fall is off to a good start as well.  Thank you for your active membership, and thanks especially to our outgoing officers and council members.

Summer may not have been Endless, but the beer was…

Roughly 30 NCAC members joined our recent “Welcome Back” Happy Hour at Continental Pool Lounge & Beer Garden in Arlington.  Energy, economics, and beer—what’s not to be happy about?!? And: an actual in-person gathering!!  Hopefully a harbinger of good things to come.  Keep your eyes open for our next social event...

Upcoming events

October (date tbd):  Zoom webinar

Joint Briefing: NSC and DHS/CISA Presentation on Biden Administration Cybersecurity Priorities and Initiatives

The Biden Administration's Cybersecurity Efforts to Safeguard U.S. Critical Infrastructure:  What are the White House’s overall goals and objectives, and what initiatives has CISA launched?

November 1-2:  Virtual conference

38th Annual USAEE/IAEE North American Virtual Conference: Navigating Energy Transitions: Economic, Social, Technical and Policy Challenges

The annual USAEE/IAEE North American Conference provides a forum for informed and collegial discussion of how energy economics is contributing to the current and future thinking of businesses, consumers, technology developers, and public policy institutions in North America and around the world as they drive towards the future world of energy.

Our 2021 virtual conference takes place everywhere, from your browser, to keep the energy economics dialogue and debate alive, across North America and the world. As in previous years, the conference will highlight forward-looking energy themes at the intersection of economics, technology, and public policy, including those affecting energy infrastructure, environmental regulation, markets, the role of governments, and international energy trade. Participation from industry, government, non-profit, and academic energy economists will enrich a set of robust, diverse, and insightful discussions.

Registration for USAEE/IAEE members: $125.  For complete conference information and to register, visit

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