In April 2016, the Center on Global Energy Policy brought together senior energy and climate leaders to discuss pressing issues at the intersection of energy policy, financial markets, the environment and geopolitics for the 2016 Columbia Global Energy Summit.
This panel focused on the changes underway in the power generation sector and how technological innovations may increase access in developing countries. Participants included: Ralph Izzo, CEO, PSEG Incorporated; Dr. Cheryl Martin, former Acting Director, ARPA-E, US Department of Energy; Jim Rogers, former President, Chairman and CEO, Duke Energy; and Cathy Zoi, CEO, Frontier Power. The session was moderated by Sue Tierney, a Senior Advisor at Analysis Group and a member of the Center’s Advisory Board.
Event website: http://energypolicy.columbia.edu/events-calendar/2016-columbia-global-energy-summit
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