Registration is now open for the 2nd annual Energy Week at Duke! The 2017 event will offer plenty of professional growth opportunities.
Come hear from energy thought leaders (including the CEOs of Engie North America and ScottMadden) and meet up with energy professionals, students, and faculty from across the country at the full-day Duke University Energy Conference.
But don’t stop there! Energy Week at Duke includes 14 more events that'll help you discover what's next in energy. You can network, kickstart your energy career (compete for prizes (deadline for this one is 10/25), meet local energy startup innovators, sit in on a live podcast, and even learn to make your home more energy-efficient! Register now.
ALL events are FREE to students and Duke employees. Other energy professionals pay a $40 registration fee for the Conference—but all other events are free to them. Space is limited, so register now!
Energy Week at Duke is organized by seven student clubs, with support from the Duke University Energy Initiative, the Center for Energy, Development and the Global Environment (EDGE) at the Fuqua School of Business, and a range of university and corporate partners.
Interested in what it was like last year? Check out our recap of last year’s Energy Week—including videos of 2016 Conference speakers!
Interested in event sponsorship, pitching your company at Energy Startup Demo Day, or getting involved in other ways?