Michigan is home to over 120 craft beer producers (and counting), but did you know we’re also at the leading edge of eco-friendly brewing?
Discover how brewers of “The Great Beer State” are reducing energy consumption and boosting their bottom lines with solar and geothermal, water recycling, renewable energy credits, and LEED certification. And maybe even have a taste of the results!
University of Michigan Energy Institute External Advisory Board member Mark Finley will present the BP Energy Outlook 2035, BP’s view on the “most likely” trajectory for world energy production, consumption, and trade.
A variety of alternative transportation fuels exist and technologies to utilize these fuels are evolving rapidly. This event will explore the intersection of options, opportunities, and the Michigan companies that are leading the effort with technology development.
The University of Michigan Energy Institute (UMEI), in conjunction with the Michigan Institute for Teaching and Research in Economics (MITRE), is hosting a Fall 2014 conference on economic and policy research that addresses energy use in the transportation sector and its environmental implications. The objective is to bring scholars at the frontier of transportation and energy economics research together with practitioners from industry and government to exchange ideas and research findings.
Friday, October 10, 2014 to Friday, October 17, 2014
The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP, www.fapesp.br/en) is organizing an “Advanced School on the Present and Future of Bioenergy”, which will take place at the University of Campinas (Unicamp), in Campinas, Brazil, between October 10 and 17, 2014.
As the new energy economy develops, it will bring the creation of new and different jobs. What might some of those be, and what skills will be required? What type of education will be needed to prepare for those jobs, and how will current offerings change?