Great Issues in Energy Symposium
Dartmouth Engineering‘s Great Issues in Energy series features experts, from a Nobel Laureate to leading academics to industry leaders and policy makers, on a variety of energy-related topics. The symposiums are held semi-annually.
Future of Energy in the United States (2019)
Paul Dabbar, Under Secretary for Science, US Department of Energy
A discussion with the Under Secretary and Dartmouth Engineering Interim Dean Laura Ray on creative solutions to energy challenges.
New England’s Evolving Electricity Landscape (2019)
Amro Farid, Associate Professor, Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth
Methodology and key findings of the 2017 ISO New England System Operational Analysis and Renewable Energy Integration Study (SOARES)
Perspectives from Dartmouth Engineering Alumni (2015)
Christopher “Cris” Gaut ’78, Chairman and CEO, Forum Energy Technologies
Dana Guernsey ’06 Th’08, Director, Corporate Development, Ambri
Andrew Lackner ’97, Th’98 ’99, Senior Director, Energy Investments, GE Ventures
Marcy Reed ’85, President, National Grid USA
Variability and Renewable Electricity Supply (2012)
Hugo Chandler, Co-founder, Director of New Resource Partner
J. Charles Smith, Executive Director, Wind Utility Integration Group
Hugo Chandler spoke about "Variability: The Journey from Disruption to Banality," and J. Charles Smith spoke about "Wind Integration: Issues and status."
Energy Innovation and America’s Competitiveness (2011)
Steven Chu, US Secretary of Energy
Nobel Laureate Steven Chu, U.S. Secretary of Energy, spoke about Energy Innovation and America's Competitiveness at the 2011 Great Issues in Energy Symposium.
Great Issues in Energy: The Nuclear Option (2010)
Ernest Moniz, Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Physics and Engineering Systems, Director of the Energy Initiative, and Director of the Laboratory for Energy and the Environment, MIT
Joe Romm, Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress
Alex Glaser, Assistant Professor, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Princeton University
Great Issues in Energy: Climate (2009)
Jason Grumet, Founder and President of the Bipartisan Policy Center and Executive Director of the National Commission on Energy Policy
Dr. James Hansen, Director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
Climate change resulting from fossil fuels and human activities is underway and accelerating. Many anticipate catastrophic consequences if we do not make large changes to limit our impacts on climate. Motivating and enabling such change, however, represents a major challenge for both public policy and technology.