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Power Generation & The Environment|School of Energy Resources

                   Power Generation & The Environment

             

Power Generation and the Environment: Choices & Economic Trade-Offs

Power Generation and Environment: Choices and Economic Trade-offs was held on October 1-2, 2012 at the Hotel Terra in Teton Village, Wyoming.

Summary Report

Click here for a summary report of the conference.

Speaker Presentations

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Program & Abstracts

Click here to download the conference program including the agenda and presentation abstracts.

Attendee List

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Purpose

Power Generation and Environment: Choices and Economic Trade-offs brought together nationally acclaimed academic professionals, research scientists and industry stakeholders to examine the technological and policy options available to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from traditional power generation. Speakers addressed the challenges industry faces in developing solutions that balances economic feasibility and maximum technical performance.  Scholars and industry experts examined the regulatory environment needed to advance fossil fuel combustion and alternative energy technologies.

Sponsored By

Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy

UW School of Energy Resources

Contact Information

Please contact Nadia Kaliszewski, SER Outreach Coordinator, for questions regarding this conference at ser@uwyo.edu.

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