It is becoming increasing probable that “negative CO2 emissions” will be required to limit global warming to 2 degrees C. Dr. Ray will discuss this thesis, various approaches to negative CO2 emissions and the scientific challenges associated with these approaches
MBA teams from national and international top business schools will compete to solve one of the many significant challenges facing the renewable energy industry today. A sound understanding of finance, business strategy, and the energy industry will be required to effectively analyze the case and devise a successful solution.
Learning from others, Michigan considers best options for future fracking
With the rapid rise in hydraulic fracturing activity, numerous government, industry, academic and environmental organizations have rushed to examine the potential benefits and impacts of high-volume hydraulic fracturing. In fact, one review of the available scientific peer-reviewed literature on the impacts of shale gas development found that the bulk, or 73%, of the studies have been published only since January 1 2013.
Liesl Clark, Founder of 5 Lakes Energy, will moderate a panel including Mark Ferda (McNaughton-McKay), Jeff Irwin (House of Representatives, 53rd District) and Amy Heart (SunRun) on the future of solar in Michigan including the impacts of policy on future jobs.