Can we produce energy cleanly, and overcome the ecological, carbon and climate concerns we confront? Can we produce it securely, and safeguard our supply and infrastructure – protecting against foreign influence, preventing terrorist attack, and fortifying our fragile grid against disaster events? Can we produce energy affordably, advancing prosperity and the prospects for economic progress in the developing world?
Amid these uncertainties, governments remain gridlocked, cleaving to outdated policies and perceptions. And the big industries which can provide leadership to resolve these questions -- oil, electricity, and automotive - seem content to plod along in 20th century mode. The realities of our circumstances suggest a need for urgent action and new habits. How can we overcome the inertia of inaction and business as usual?
Jim Woolsey - Former Director of Central Intelligence, Venture Partner, VPVP
Dr. Sandy Thomas - Co-Founder, H2Gen Innovations, Inc.
Daniel Farb - Founder and CEO, Leviathan Energy
Bill Powers - President, Powers Engineering
Joel Stone - Biofuels Technology Expert
Dr. Charles Ebinger - Director of the Energy Security Initiative, Brookings Institution
Dr. Julian Steyn - President and Co-Founder, Energy Resources International, Inc.
Melissa Hathaway - President and Co-Founder, Energy Resources International, Inc.
Dr. Jeffrey Leonard - President and CEO, Global Environment Fund
Nalin Yogasundram - Vice President, T. Rowe Price Associates, Inc.
Founder, Standard Solar
Former Director of Central Intelligence, Venture Partner, VPVP
Dr. Jeffrey Leonard
President and CEO, Global Environment Fund
Founder, Prometheus Institute
Vice President, T. Rowe Price Associates
CEO, Carbon War Room
Head of Energy Future Colition, Vice President, UN Foundation
Dr. Charles Ebinger
Director of the Energy Security Initiative, Brookings Institution
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President, Powers Engineering
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