Washington, DC / September 30, 2013
The Atlantic's Next Generation Infrastructure Summit will explore how investments in reliable and affordable energy and infrastructure will play a vital role in America's economic competitiveness.
New innovations and cutting-edge technologies have the potential to revolutionize our nation's infrastructure and to create more efficient systems for the future. On September 30, The Atlantic hosted a series of panels and interviews featuring top infrastructure experts, policymakers, and industry leaders to identify the key challenges and opportunities as we work to equip our infrastructure to withstand the challenges to the 21st century. View our full program agenda by clicking here.
The full video from the event follows below.
- Spencer Abraham Former Secretary of Energy U. S. Department of Energy
- Rick Boucher Head of Government Strategies Group Sidley Austin, LLP
- Ronald Brownstein Editorial Director National Journal
- Ralph Cavanagh Senior Attorney and Co-Director, Energy & Transportation Program NRDC
- Steve Clemons Editor-in-Chief, AtlanticLIVE, and Washington Editor-at-Large The Atlantic
- Coral Davenport Energy and Environment Correspondent National Journal
- Ron DeFeo Chairman & CEO Terex Corporation
- John Delaney D- Maryland United States Congressman
- Skila Harris Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy Department of Energy
- Jim Hunter Utilities Director IBEW
- Janet Kavinoky Executive Director, Transportation and Infrastructure U.S. Chamber of Commerce
- Eric Rohlfing Deputy Director for Technology ARPA-E
- Lisa Wood Executive Director IEE