Thursday, March 12, 2020

Paths to Texas Zero GHG Emissions: Electricity, Transportation and Industry

The Climate Solutions Community

The Engineering, Science and Technology Council of Houston (ECH), and Climate Solutions for Texas, a local initiative of The Climate Solutions Community of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, invite you to a Climate Solutions Symposium.

Tom Rehm, Chair Climate Solutions for Texas Humble TX
Opening comments

Sylvia Dee, Climate Science Professor Rice University
Greenhouse gases warm us Human fingerprint of global warming
Evidence of climate change
Projections: What is coming

Jeremy Friesen, NET Power
A gas-fired power plant with zero emissions

Gene Preston, PhD Electrical Engineer
Austin TX
Electrification of transportation
Max renewables using gas to fill in the gaps
Max renewables using nuclear and storage

Pavel Tsvetkov, Nuclear Engineering Professor, Texas A&M University
Nuclear energy: Zero emissions and safe

Larry Kremer, PhD Physical Chemist, Citizens Climate Lobby
The paramount importance of a price on carbon

Symposium Gold Sponsors
Our sponsors keep the cost of the symposium down and allow students free registration. Two minutes at podium per Gold Sponsor.

Panel Q/A from Audience

$10 unless you’re a student. Students may attend free by entering the student code of ECH202044.

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