Around the world, governments, corporations, and scientists are making the case, and commitments, for decarbonizing electricity generation by the 2030s. With humanity still relying on fossil fuels with emissions for around 80% of our primary energy use, the scale of the transition needed can be daunting. However, clean electricity and increased electrification are a proven way to displace emissions from fossil fuels in our global economy and experts from numerous different perspectives and organizations will discuss how we can best achieve this important transition.
Ejeong Baik, PhD Student in Energy Resources Engineering, Stanford University
Shannon Bragg-Sitton, Lead for Integrated Energy Systems, Nuclear Science & Technology Directorate, Idaho National Laboratory
Patrick Brown, Postdoc, MIT Energy Initiative
Trevor Brown, Executive Director, Ammonia Energy Association
Malcolm Woolf, President and Chief Executive Officer, National Hydropower Association
Craig Piercy, Executive Director / CEO, American Nuclear Society