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Sector Coupling of the Electric and Gas Systems in North America

When:
Tuesday, Sep 14, 2021 9:00 AM
Where:
Via Zoom
Audience:
Faculty/Staff, Students, Members
Sponsor:
Stanford Natural Gas Initiative & Stanford Bits & Watts Initiative

OVERVIEW

The energy transition offers a unique opportunity to design sustainable energy systems for the future that couple electricity and natural gas systems to address issues of reliability, resiliency, affordability, and equity. 

Description: 

This workshop brings together thought leaders from academia, industry, government agencies, and NGOs to discuss the latest advances in the energy transition and strategies for building a clean, integrated energy economy that benefits all communities.


Monday, September 13th:
• Challenges and opportunities of an Integrated Energy System
• The Role of Hydrogen in Enabling a Clean Energy Economy

View Day One Speaker Profiles


Tuesday, September 14th:
• Resilience of the Energy System: Grid and Natural Gas Interplay
• Ensuring Energy Equity in the Energy Transition 

View Day Two Speaker Profiles

*Admission by Invitation Only.

Stanford University faculty, researchers, staff and students who did not receive an invitation should contact naomi.boness@stanford.edu or smickens@stanford.edu to participate in this event. 

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