Next Generation Energy

June 18, 2012
Washington, DC, District of Columbia

On June 18, The Atlantic’s Next Generation Energy Forum gathered the country's top energy leaders and experts for an afternoon of compelling dialogue focusing on how to bring clean energy sources to scale and the role of the public and private sector in moving this agenda forward. Engaging panels will also discuss the dynamics behind the wind energy market and the biofuels industry.

Watch archive video footage of the program below:

Welcome Remarks

Keynote Address: John Hickenlooper, Governor, State of Colorado

 

 

Panel 1: Driving the Wind Energy Market

 

Keynote Interview : Carol Browner, Distinguished Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress; Former Head of Environmental Protection Agency; Former Director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy

 

Panel 2: Supply and Demand in the Biofuels Industry

 

Keynote Remarks: Daniel Poneman, Deputy Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy

 

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