Experts Answer Challenging Questions About Transitional Energy Technologies
"Road to the New Energy Economy" briefing series continues on Capitol Hill
View a video of the October 15, 2009, Hill event on "Road to the New Energy Economy: Transitional Technologies."
On October 15, DISCOVER and the National Science Foundation's noontime, congressional briefing series examine what steps must be taken to ensure clean, abundant wind, solar, biomass and geothermal energy for America's future. Top energy experts will address:
These congressional briefings are open to the press. The National Science Foundation, IEEE-USA and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers jointly host the briefings with DISCOVER.
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To see videos of previous briefing series installments, go here.
To learn more about the partnership and the energy series, follow this link.
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