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Laramie, WY 82071
Transfer of technology and knowledge to Wyoming's energy stakeholders - academics, professionals, policy makers and citizens - is the central focus of the School of Energy Resources' outreach program. Collaboration with UW colleges, Wyoming community colleges, industry and state constituents lead to the staging of a dynamic selection of symposia, conferences, workshops and colloquium speakers.
Upcoming Conferences & Events:
- SER's 2014 Distinguished Speaker Series presents Professor Jin on "Rapid and highly effective conversion of biomass and CO2 into chemicals and fuels under hydrothermal conditions"
- Monday, August 18, 12pm
- Encana Auditorium, Energy Innovation Center, Laramie, WY
- Boxed Lunches
New Wyoming Energy History Stories
SER teamed up with the Wyoming State Historical Society to publish five articles on the exciting historical development of energy in Wyoming. Click below to read the full articles.
Coal Slurry: An Idea that Came and Went
by Dan Whipple
Wyoming's Uranium Drama: Risks, Rewards and Remorse
by Chamois Andersen and Lori Van Pelt
Pumping Water to Powering Homes: Harnessing Wyoming's Wind
by Tom Mast
Rural Electrification Changed Farm Life Forever in Wyoming
by Kerry Drake
Five Wyoming Oil Fields and the Transformation of an Economy
by Rebecca Hein
Past Conferences & Events:
Conferences and special events are an important component of the SER mission. Here you will find an array of video presentations, conference programs and summary reports of past conferences and events.
Wyoming Energy Resources Information:
Wyoming is the number one exporter of energy in the nation as well as the number one producing coal state. Learn more about Wyoming's diverse energy resources.
Criteria for Sponsorship:
An important component of the SER mission is to engage in collaborative efforts with other groups in energy and natural resources initiatives. From special events, conferences, speakers and research projects, SER encourages proposals for collaborative programs from non-profit, governmental, research and academic institutions.