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The Kenan-Flagler Energy Center Alumni weekend will feature a very topical program exploring energy policy in the new administration and the potential issues we should address at our 2018 Energy Conference, Meeting the Renewables Intermittency Challenge. The Alumni event will include panel discussions, presentations and two policy debates, all led by our Energy faculty, Advisory Board and distinguished guests.
The future of North Carolina’s economy will depend largely on the success and innovation of the clean technology industry, which has created nearly 10,000 jobs in the state in the past decade. That was one of the main points made March 2, the opening day of the fourth-annual UNC Clean Tech Summit.
On April 1-2, 2016, the Energy Center at the Kenan-Flagler Business School, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill convened a conference on “Global Frac’ing, What has to Change for it to be a Game Changer?” It was an invitation only event with attendance limited to industry experts, leading consultants and responsible government officials. Attendees and speakers came from the U.S., UK, Poland, Mexico and Canada.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host its third annual NC Clean Tech Summit Feb. 18-19 at the William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education in Chapel Hill. The event will highlight the latest innovations, recent trends and pressing challenges and North Carolina’s central role in the growing clean technology industry.