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Film Viewing - NOVA: Power Surge: Are we Finally on the Brink of a Clean Energy Revolution?

April 2017 Section Meeting
Wednesday, April 12, 2017, 5:00pm-9:00pm MDT
Event format: 
In-Person / Local
Posted by Laura Moes
2510 East Colfax
Denver, CO 80206
United States

We are co-sponsoring a screening of the NOVA documentary "Power Surge" followed by a panel discussion, with the Colorado Environmental Management Society (CEMS). Come and meet the engineering, scientific, legal, and regulatory professionals of CEMS and learn about the current technological and political state of clean energy.

Presentation: Partnering with Colorado Environmental Management Society (CEMS) Spring Film Viewing - NOVA:  Power Surge:  Are we Finally on the Brink of a Clean Energy Revolution?

Date: Wednesday, April 12

Times:  

  • 5:00 Registration Opens
  • 5:00-6:45 Networking, Hors d’oeuvres & Cash Bar in the Henderson Lounge
  • 7:00 pm Movie  (Complimentary film viewing brought to you by CEMS)
  • 8:15 Panel Discussion

Panelists:

  • K.K. DuVivier, Professor of Energy, Mining, and Renewable Energy Law at the University of Denver
  • Ron Miller, Energy Industry Consultant with Reliant Energy Solutions / Reliant Midstream 
  • Kathleen Staks, Executive Director of the Colorado Energy Office
  • Laurie Williams, Energy and Natural Resources Policy Advisor within the Office of Governor Hickenlooper

Moderator: Jim Marchiori, Executive Director of the Global Energy Management (GEM) program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School 

Location: Denver Sie FilmCenter, 2510 East Colfax, Denver, CO 80206

Cost: $20/person which includes hors d’ oeuvres and a ticket for a $5 drink or popcorn (complimentary parking is available in the attached parking garage)

Please RSVP and pay online by close of business Thursday, April 6 through the CEMS Registration page

About NOVA: Power Surge: Are We Finally on the Brink of a Clean Energy Revolution?

Can emerging technology defeat global warming? Are we finally on the brink of a green-energy "power surge," or is it all a case of too little, too late?

From solar panel factories in China to a carbon capture-and-storage facility in the Sahara desert to massive wind and solar installations in the United States, NOVA travels the globe to reveal the surprising technologies that just might turn back the clock on climate change. NOVA will focus on the latest and greatest innovations, including everything from artificial trees to green reboots of familiar technologies like coal and nuclear energy. Can our technology, which helped create this problem, now solve it?