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Global Lecture Series II

How the Grid is Changing and Why You Should Care

December 3, 2018 | 6-8pm | Chapman Hall | Trinity University




Tanuj Deora, Chief Strategy Officer,
Smart Electric Power Alliance



Cris Eugster, Chief Operating Officer,
CPS Enegy

sponsored by
EPIcenter Board of Directors


EPIcenter will present a dynamic discussion about the ways the electric power grid is changing and why business owners and the public should pay attention. This informal “fireside chat” will include commentary on the energy sector’s stewarding of the grid and how customers will be more empowered in the future. The event is the second in EPIcenter’s Global Lecture Series, a program launched earlier in 2018 to bring global new energy thought leaders to San Antonio. It is free and open to the public, but online registration is required. Light bites and libations will be served.



WHEN
:              Monday, December 3, 2018
                        6:00 pm Doors Open/Reception
                        6:30 pm Program and Q&A
                        8:00 pm Event Concludes
WHERE:            Trinity University, Chapman Hall.  Click HERE for a parking map.

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Global Lecture Series I

What's fueling the clean energy economy? National trends and local opportuNity

june 28, 2018 | 6-8pm | Geekdom event centre | 131 Soledad street




Lynn Abramson, PhD, President,
Clean Energy Business Network

sponsored by


In June 2018, EPIcenter is introduced a new lecture series that brings global new energy thought leaders to San Antonio. The first lecture was provided by Lynn Abramson, PhD, President of the Clean Energy Business Network, who examined national trends and local opportunities in the new energy economy.

Renewable energy, energy efficiency, and natural gas represent the growth sectors of the U.S. energy economy. Renewable energy and natural gas now account for half of electricity generation across the U.S.--and more than 60% in Texas. Thanks to efficiency improvements, GDP has been growing without a corresponding increase in energy use. Meanwhile, on average, U.S. households are devoting a smaller share of their total household budgets towards electricity than at any time ever recorded. How can Texas--and San Antonio in particular--leverage its existing energy leadership to create new economic opportunities in these growth sectors? This conversation with Dr. Abramson will examine trends and opportunities at the national scale and in Texas fueling the clean energy economy.




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Questions?

If you have any questions please contact:

Andi N. Littlejohn
programs manager