|The George Washington University Institute for Analysis of Solar Energy announces the first in a series of annual conferences focused on using solar electricity to meet challenges in energy independence and climate change. New research, key technical leaders as well as influential decision-makers will be featured with the aim of developing a consensus vision for the role of solar energy. Please click here for a complete schedule of the IASE Symposium.
This event is free and open to all GW alumni but registration is mandatory. Please attend any part of the Symposium as your schedule permits. For information on the Symposium, please click here.
Sam Baldwin - Chief Technology Officer & Board of Directors, Office of Energy
Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Department of Energy
Peg Barratt - Dean, The Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Karin Corfee - Senior Principal, Kema, Inc.
Jonathan Deason - Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, The George Washington University
Hans Josef Fell - Member, Bundestag & Founder, Energy Watch Group
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords - Member, US House of Representatives, Arizona
Robert Harrington - Associate Dean in SEAS for Academic Affairs & Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, The George Washington University
Julie Hamm -
Executive Director, Solar Electric Power Association
Steven Knapp - President, The George Washington University
John Lushetsky, GWSB, MBA'94 - Manager of the Solar Energy Technologies Program & Acting Deputy
Assistant Secretary, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Department of Energy
Robert Margolis - Senior Analyst, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Stephen ORourke - Managing Director, Deutsche Bank Securities
Richard Perez - Professor, SUNY Albany
Rhone Resch - President & Chief Executive Officer, Solar Energy Industries Association
Wilson Rickerson - Executive Vice President, Meister Consultant Group
Ted Turner - Chairman, Turner Enterprises
Jon Wellinghoff - Chairman, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Ken Zweibel - Director, Institute for the Analysis of Solar Energy, The George Washington University
The goal of The George Washington University Institute for Analysis of Solar Energy (IASE) is to be the premier research facility in the world focused on the economic, technical, and public policy issues associated with the development and deployment of solar energy to meet global energy needs and environmental challenges.www.solar.gwu.edu