Time: June 19, 2018 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: Training Doyens 26468 E Walker Dr
Street: 26468 E Walker Dr,Aurora, Colorado
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Event Type: online
Organized By: Training Doyens
Latest Activity: May 23
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) was formed almost 40 years ago, from the underpinnings of the Atomic Energy Commission, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and the Energy Research and Development Administration.
Today, the DOE supports a broad portfolio of programs, including Nuclear Energy, Fossil Energy, Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, Sustainable Transportation, Science, and Crosscutting Innovation Initiatives; to carry out critical responsibilities for America’s security and economy in three areas:
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND
Securing energy independence from foreign oil was driven by federal mandates from the Environmental Protection Agency and home grown technology rather than DOE initiatives.
Moving from goals to practice, the questions then emerge whether DOE’s has met it objectives, are the dollars allocated to the department justifiable and how best to measure its performance. To answer these questions, this Webinar takes an in-depth look at DOE’s “Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy” (EERE).
This Office was selected on the basis of renewable energy’s and energy efficiency’s vital role in providing an effective pathway to ensure America’s energy independence while reducing US contribution to climate change.
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Whether you agree with the final grade, the Webinar is fact based and impartial. It views the Department of Energy’s “Office of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency” from the standpoint of budget appropriations and credible studies of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. A best attempt is made to untether consumption of fossil fuels in the U.S as a direct cause of climate change. Though indirect references are unavoidable. Information is presented solely to make a case for or against EERE’s effectiveness in reducing U.S. fossil fuel emissions.
Most of the information contained herein lends itself to solid debates. Regardless of cause, what is less controversial is the rise of atmospheric heat-trapping gases as well as a continual increase in the surface temperatures on earth. Packed within this discussion are explanatory entries that serve as learning aids to ensure a basic understanding of the information under review.
WHO WILL BENEFIT
Federal, state, and local representatives; energy resource managers; scientists; engineers; energy planners; educators; and the public.
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