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October 3 @ 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM - University Place Conference Center, IUPUI, 850 W Michgan St, Indianapolis
Exploring Emerging Energy Issues
THIS ANNUAL GATHERING …Brings together decision-makers from a broad spectrum of business sectors including:
Join these leaders and your fellow stakeholders for a first-rate conference!
CLE Credit Applied For CPA and CPE Approved
University Place Conference Center
Indiana University-Purdue University
850 West Michigan Street
Extreme Weather and the Water-Energy Connection:
KEYNOTES: Indiana Candidates for Lt. Governor to discuss views on energy!
EPA Regulations Set the Stage: A look at the political landscape and the daunting task of environmental success in a struggling U.S. Economy.
Are They Moving the U.S. Beyond Coal? Are the EPA regs leading us away from coal-fired power permanently? Or are we on the correct course?
Cutting the Carbon: If not Coal, then what? What makes up a new generation mix due to the projected EPA impacts? Are they viable alternatives? At what cost?
A Look at the Future of Alternative Energy Sources: Are new technologies driving the growing trend towards distributed and self generation? What are the long term consequences for the utility industry?
Small Modular Reactors – The Next Big Thing? Will they reduce risks associated with deploying nuclear power? Is this significant to power generation portfolios?
Let’s Talk Energy Efficiency: Utilities across the country are increasingly turning to energy efficiency as the lowest-cost energy resource. Let’s examine the history of these programs.
Alternative Fuels/Natural Gas Fueling: It had to happen sooner or later. Natural Gas is considered a much cleaner fuel than petroleum. Are we gradually making the shift to increase the demand for natural gas?
Making Decisions on Infrastructure: The focus in the energy sector might be on environmental regulations and generation resources, but make no mistake – transmission is the most essential part of the energy landscape.
There are 4 easy ways to register:
Substitutions are welcomed and encouraged at no charge. Please contact Kay Squires to
designate a substitute.
IMPORTANT! Presentation materials:
In order to keep conference fees at the lowest cost to you, the conference materials will be
available online. Materials will be posted on the website at www.indiec.com. The link to this
information will be emailed to you prior to the conference. You may download these
materials and print a copy to take with you.
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Registration Deadline: September 27
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REGISTRATION FEES (Please check appropriate boxes)
___ $225 Registration Fee
___ $125 Registration Fee for Government Employee
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Office of the Vice President for Research
610 Purdue Mall
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2040