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Evolution of Renewable Energy: Storage Applications, Policy Development, and Sustainability Implications (May 2021)




 Evolution of Renewable Energy: Storage Applications, Policy Development, and Sustainability Implications (May 2021)
Renewable energy has experienced dramatic growth in the past decade and the U.S. is anticipated to further boost its growth in an unprecedented way. This webinar gathers seasoned professionals that represent various sectors and discusses renewable energy policy developments, technology advancements, and economic and social implications of the evolution of the power sector. Specific topics at this webinar will include: policy development and cost declines of renewable energy; renewable energy goals and programs at the US federal government and corporations; long-duration, large-capacity energy storage applications; socioeconomic implications of existing and potential locations for rooftop PV across racial and ethnic lines, and; equity-centered climate policy development by local government.
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Presenters: Wesley Cole, Ph.D., Senior Energy Modeler and Analyst, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Kyle Hoppe, Energy and Sustainability Analyst, Lockheed Martin’s Corporate Sustainability Office; Roger Jenkins, Federal Account Manager, Lockheed Martin Energy; Daniel M. Kammen, Ph.D., Professor, University of California, Berkeley; Anne McKibbin, J.D., Policy Director, Elevate; Lindy Wordlaw, AICP, Associate Director of Community Planning, Elevate. Moderator: Kraig Kurucz, EHS Engineer and Program Manager, Lockheed Martin.