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Equinox Summit: Energy 2030 -- inspiring ingenuity in energy solutions
Date:5/5/2011

science agency whose research into superconductivity could lead to technological leaps in energy generation
  • Barry Brook, leading environmental and energy expert and Brave New World blogger
  • David Keith, Canada Research Chair in Energy and the Environment who has worked at the interface of climate science, energy technology and public policy for 20 years
  • Aln Aspuru-Guzik, who combines quantum mechanics with theoretical chemistry for solar technology that mimics how plants absorb the sun's energy
  • Linda Nazar, who is working on the nanotechnology frontier to find better ways to store energy for when we need it most
  • Jatin Nathwani, who is leading initiatives for energy conservation and demand management that could improve the lives of billions worldwide
  • Tom Rand, venture capitalist, private energy industry expert, and author of Kick the Fossil Fuel Habit: 10 Clean Technologies to Save Our World
  • More participants can be found at http://wgsi.org

    Leaders of tomorrow

    To better equip future generations to make change happen, the Equinox Summit: Energy 2030 is involving a forum of young leaders, ages 20 to 30, to work alongside top visionaries. This forum will examine expert findings and propose recommendations for technological implementation. Forum candidates will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

    Media

    We're offering a limited number of media travel grants to assist journalists with costs to cover the Equinox Summit: Energy 2030. Grants include discounted hotel rates, ground transportation, use of on-site newsroom, exclusive invitations to the opening and closing receptions, access to influential Summit participants, and more. Applications must be submitted no later than 9am EST on Monday, May 16, 2011. Full details at: http://wgsi.org/context/newsroom


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    Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics
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