In the face of climate change and ever increasing electricity demand, many who once opposed nuclear energy now consider it an essential component of the low-carbon energy equation. The 2011 Fukushima disaster was a major industry setback and re-ignited an international policy debate, but it also accelerated innovations in safety and efficiency. Hear the latest from Michigan's nuclear power plant operators, researchers, and local entrepreneurs striving to keep nuclear safe, cost effective, and a net benefit to our environment. Moderated by Nick Cucinelli
Join us for a discussion of electric power grid research at the Technical University of Denmark. Today's topic related to renewables power sources and the development of real-time assessment and control methods that contribute to a secure and stable operation of a fluctuating sustainable power system.
Michigan has long been home to a disproportionately large number of solar jobs compared to the deployed amount of solar. As solar PV modules drop in price, what is the future of solar in Michigan? How will policy impact deployment?
The TE3 Conference brings economic scholars together with government and industry practitioners to exchange ideas and strengthen collective knowledge for addressing transportation energy and environmental policy challenges.
Located downtown at Ann Arbor SPARK Central. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m., with refreshments and networking until the presentation begins at approximately 5:30 p.m. The program concludes at 7:00 p.m. Free of charge. Online registration ends 24 hours before the event.