This is the third event in an energy breakfast series designed to connect and build relationships among Duke alumni working or interested in the energy industry. Come meet and network with this diverse group during this breakfast event.

Nuclear is a significant source of carbon-free generation in the US yet many existing nuclear plants are being forced into early retirement. Come learn how nuclear plants operate, dive into the market trends impacting nuclear operations, and understand what it means for the electric grid and the carbon footprint of the U.S. 

Our special guest is Chris Vlahoplus, Internal Advisor and former Clean Tech Practice Leader for ScottMadden.

Agenda: 
8:00 – 8:20 AM – Registration and networking 
8:20 – 9:00 AM – Remarks and Q&A with Chris Vlahapolus
9:00 – 9:30 AM – Additional networking 

Registration fee: $15 per person includes a light breakfast. Adults 18+ only. 1 person per registration. Register here.

About our speaker:
Chris had been a management consultant to the energy and utility industry for 28 years, serving 20 years as a partner. He led ScottMadden’s clean tech & sustainability practice area for six years, including a role as co-leader of the firm’s nuclear consulting practice. During his tenure, Chris assisted more than 40 companies focusing on electric generation business management, merger integration, strategic and business planning, organizational restructuring, and management models. Prior to joining ScottMadden, Chris worked in nuclear safety at Duke Power Company.

Location
Archie K. Davis Conference Center, 12 Davis Drive Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 USA
Date & Time
Thursday, Aug 22, 2019 - 8:00 am to 9:30 am
Contact:

Paul Quinlan (M.E.M.'06, M.P.P.'06)

Benjamin Lozier (M.E.M.'17)
 

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