Riding the Belt and Road KICKOFF EVENT

A new graduate student network, housed by the Energy Initiative and funded by a Duke Support for Interdisciplinary Graduate Networks (D-SIGN) grant, aims to ignite a discussion among students and faculty members on multiple facets of the Belt Road Initiative, with a focus on environmental impacts. Come to their kickoff event!

Power Trip: Cypress Creek Renewables

Our second Power Trip of the semester will visit two Triangle-area facilities owned by Cypress Creek Renewables, a national leader in utility and community scale solar, with more than 250 projects and 2.3 gigawatts of local solar facilities currently deployed across the U.S. We'll tour an operational solar site in Chapel Hill and visit Cypress Creek's solar control center in their flagship offices in Research Triangle Park. 

EOS Seminar: Complex Coupling of Fluid Transport and Geochemical Reaction Rates (Alexis Navarre-Sitchler)

Dr. Alexis Navarre-Sitchler of Colorado School of Mines will be giving a lecture entitled "Complex Coupling of Fluid Transport and Geochemical Reaction Rates: Closing the gap in our understanding of the lab-field discrepancy" as a part of Duke University's Earth and Ocean Sciences Fall 2018 Seminar Series.

Friday, September 28 12 pm
2102 Environment Hall
Nicholas School of the Environment

Energy Boot Camp Session 2

Interested in energy but don’t know where to start?  Duke University’s Energy Boot Camp will quickly get you up to speed on energy basics, key terms, and trends.  We’ll dispel the jargon (ever heard of the “duck curve” or “stranded assets”?), talk about the big picture of how energy is produced and consumed, and touch on some of the industry’s hottest topics (blockchain, anyone?).  You’ll leave feeling more interested in this dynamic sector and more prepared to talk with energy industry professionals at networking events this fall.  

Energy Boot Camp Session 1

Interested in energy but don’t know where to start?  Duke University’s Energy Boot Camp will quickly get you up to speed on energy basics, key terms, and trends.  We’ll dispel the jargon (ever heard of the “duck curve” or “stranded assets”?), talk about the big picture of how energy is produced and consumed, and touch on some of the industry’s hottest topics (blockchain, anyone?).  You’ll leave feeling more interested in this dynamic sector and more prepared to talk with energy industry professionals at networking events this fall.  

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