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Energy Politics & Policy in North Carolina: What’s Ahead?
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Energy Politics & Policy in North Carolina: What’s Ahead?

When: Tuesday December 8th, 2015
11:45 am
Where: Talley Student Union Room 3285
2610 Cates Ave
Raleigh, Talley Student Union  27606
Presenter: Ivan Urlaub
Contact: Christy Marcinkowski
919- 832-7601 ext. 111

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The luncheon is hosted by the Energy & Security Initiative (, which is an initiative of the Triangle Institute for Security Studies directed by faculty in NC State's School of Public and International Affairs. 

The luncheon is a roughly monthly meeting that aims to promote a broader, multidisciplinary discussion around the link between the production and consumption of energy and human and national security.  The backgrounds of attendees and speakers ranges from the military to engineering, and from atmospheric sciences to the social sciences.  For more information or to join the mailing list for future events, please contact Dr. Bill Boettcher:  William_Boettcher@ncsu.eduPlease RSVP

NCSEA advances a clean energy path that results in net savings for all North Carolina ratepayers, works to maintain a financially stable and reliable utility, and strives to ensure a globally and regionally competitive energy industry and economy.  Ivan’s sixteen years of experience includes supporting resolution of water resource disputes in the Mid-East and North Africa and ensuring adequate worst case scenario response plans are in place for all U.S. oil pipeline operators and military installations. Ivan serves on numerous advisory and working groups, such as RMI’s national Electricity Innovations Laboratory (e-Lab) team, resolving challenges at the distributed edge of electricity. Ivan is currently the Technical Principal Investigator on a U.S. DOE grant to craft actionable economic development roadmaps for clean energy product and service R&D, manufacturing and demonstration in NC and the Southeast.  He is a board member of the NC Clean Energy Business Alliance and holds both a Master of Public Policy and a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University.

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