“Southeast Energy Policy Forum” coming to Knoxville mid-August
The forum is described as "ideal for leaders of private sector energy producers and consumers, public utilities, policymakers, regulators, and sustainability managers."
Fresh out of the gate of becoming a college rather than a center, The Baker School of Public Policy and Public Affairs at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville has announced a major three-day event.
It is the inaugural “Southeast Energy Policy Forum” scheduled for August 16-18. The event is designed to provide educational content and networking opportunities for private and public sector leaders as they navigate new energy markets, decarbonization trends, demand-side technologies, and transportation electrification.
According to a save-the-date email, the forum is described as “ideal for leaders of private sector energy producers and consumers, public utilities, policymakers, regulators, and sustainability managers.”
The three days are divided thematically.
- August 16 will focus on “The Forces Driving our Energy Future.”
- August 17 will focus on “The Evolution of Energy Technologies and Economics.”
- August 18 is about “How Policy will Determine our Path to a Zero-Carbon Future.”
Registration opens soon.