Some of the world’s leading energy experts will present their research on the most vital and controversial energy issues facing society during the second annual UT Energy Journalism Workshop, Sept. 27-28. The two-day workshop is a crash course for journalists who cover energy and the environment on a regular basis, featuring a rapid-fire series of presentations and panel discussions. UT Austin researchers participating in the workshop will explore a wide range of topics – the rapid growth of distributed generation resources and the evolving electric grid, the prospects for carbon capture and sequestration, the latest research into methane hydrates, and new trends in sustainable building design. The event, hosted by the university’s Energy Institute, School of Journalism, and Kay Bailey Center for Energy, Law & Business, will be held in the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center on the UT Austin campus. Read more.
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