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2015 Duke University Energy Conference - Investing in Our Energy Future
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2015 Duke University Energy Conference - Investing in Our Energy Future

When: November 10-11th, 2015
Where: Geneen Auditorium, The Fuqua School of Business
100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, The Fuqua School of Business  27708
Contact: Samuel Lederer

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The 7th annual Duke University Energy Conference will capitalize on Duke University’s position as a prestigious  academic partner at the center of the global energy conversation. The conference will present balanced discussions with powerful speakers, covering crucial topics. As we dive into the key factors of Investing in the Energy Future, our speakers will answer the following questions: 

  • What will be the model for utilities of the future? 
  • How do energy and environmental policy impact business strategies?
  • How do you get technology out of the laboratory? 
  • What are the impacts and expectations of the recent drop in oil prices?  

Visit Agenda for more information on the program.

The 2015 Duke University Energy Conference will be taking place simultaneously with the  Duke University Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition . The competition will address one of the most difficult questions facing the development community: how can we generate and deliver clean energy to base or middle of the pyramid end users in a cost-competitive way? The competition date is Tuesday, Nov. 10th. All are welcome to attend final round presentations.

Tuesday, Nov. 10th:                5pm – 7pm                  “Energy Mix” networking reception, Gross Hall
Wednesday, Nov. 11th:          8am – 5pm                  Conference, The Fuqua School of Business 

Visit Details & Directions for information on accommodations and parking.

Estimated 400 attendees, comprising senior business executives, entrepreneurs, and investors, as well as faculty and students from disciplines across Duke University. Open to the public.