- Monday, April 07, 2014
ACEP Economist to Attend Innovating Energy Access for Remote Areas Conference; Berkeley, California
Innovating Energy Access for Remote Areas: Discovering Untapped Resources
April 10th to 12th, 2014
UC Berkeley, USA
ACEP’s Antony Scott will attend the Innovating Energy Access for Remote Areas Conference later this week at the University of California, Berkeley.
“On April 10th, MicroEnergy Systems (MES) and the Berkeley Rural Energy Group (BREG) will be holding the first joint MES/BREG symposium on Innovation in Energy Access for Remote Areas. Hosted by Prof. Dan Kammen (Renewable and Appropriate Energy Lab) and Prof. Martina Schäfer (Technische Universität Berlin), BREG and MES have invited over 50 Presenters, academics and practitioners, from around the globe to focus on the special theme of ‘discovering untapped resources’.” -Christopher Hyun, Berkeley Energy & Resources Collaborative
The conference will include two days of presentations and discussions, thirty new papers presented in concurrent sessions and plenaries, and over twenty poster topics presented during an evening mixer at the Blum Center for Emerging Economies.
For more information visit berc.berkeley.edu/symposium-innovating-energy-access-remote-areas-discovering-untapped-resources.
Photo courtesy of Dimitry Gershenson (BREG) and Brian Edlefsen Lasch (MicroEnergy International).