Well-known speakers, interesting panels and a room full of innovative vendors are on tap for the October 28 Energy Innovations Summit hosted by the Colorado Rural Electric Association, the trade association for Colorado’s electric cooperatives.
Held at the Grand Hyatt Denver Hotel at 1750 Welton St., the daylong conference will also include luncheon speaker Michael Shellenberger, founder and president of Environmental Progress. Known as a “climate guru” and named Time magazine “Hero of the Environment,” he has been an environmental and social justice advocate for over 25 years. He regularly contributes to Forbes, The New York Times and The Washington Post, as well as giving TED talks.
Other topics planned for the day include panels on net zero carbon emissions; micro grids; energy storage, such as batteries; and carbon capture and storage. There will also be a vendor fair introducing attendees to innovative equipment and software.
Visit crea.coop and click on the registration box. The conference is open to anyone interested in what’s ahead for the electric industry.