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Sessions during the Sept 19, 2016 Regional Clean Energy Innovation Summit were live streamed from 10:00am to 5:30pm MT with the exception of 2:00-3:30pm MT when the concurrent breakout sessions are being conducted.  Due to logistical restraints and cost, we did not live streaming or video tape the breakout sessions.

Click here to read the final reports on the U.S. Department of Energy’s website following the 14 different meetings held around the United States.  This link will also include the Sept 19 Regional Clean Energy Innovation Summit report.

Click here to read speaker bios       

Click here to view Under Secretary for Science and Energy, Dr. Lynn Orr’s PowerPoint slides shared Sept 19 at the summit.

Post-summit videos below….

Step 1:  View the agenda for the day:  Click here for agenda.  or the agenda is at the bottom of this website page.

Step 2:  If you haven’t already registered before (in-person or live streaming), please register here.

Step 3:  Note there are four separate videos below.  Choose which one you would like to watch and click on the arrow.

Video #1:  This video covers the Welcome from Peter Green (NREL), Keynote Remarks from Bill Ritter and Panel Session #1 that Bill Ritter moderated

Video #2: Session #2 – Federal and State Government Perspectives

Video #3: Keynote – Dr. Franklin Orr

Video #4: Breakout Session Reports, Summary and Closing

 

AGENDA

Regional Clean Energy Innovation Summit

Date:        Sept. 19, 2016
Schedule: 9:30 am – 5:30 pm MST

Summit Location:  University of Colorado Boulder – Sustainability, Environment, Energy Complex (SEEC)  4001 Discovery Drive, Boulder, CO  80303      Click here for speaker bios

9:30 – 10:00 am

Check in and networking

10:00 – 10:05 am Welcome: Peter Green, Deputy Laboratory Director, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

 

10:05 – 10:30 am Keynote and opening remarks – Former Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, Jr., now Director, Center for the New Energy Economy, Colorado State University  —  High level points from Collaboratory economic impact report & 9 state North Central and Inter-mountain West region description (MT, ND, SD, NE, KS, CO, WY, UT, ID). Discuss how local, regional and national innovation clusters and multi-state collaborations can help solve energy challenges in the 21st Century.
10:30 – 11:30 am

Panel Session #1: Regional energy needs

Moderator:  Bill Ritter, Director, Center for the New Energy Economy, Colorado State University

Panelist #1:  Martin Keller, Director, NREL (regional needs in renewables)

Panelist #2:  Mark Northam, Executive Director, School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming (regional needs in fossil fuels and carbon capture)

Panelist #3: Robert Simm, Senior Vice President, MWH/Stantec  (regional needs in water)

Panelist #4:  Frank Prager, VP for Environmental Affairs, Xcel Energy  (regional needs in electric grid and transmission)

11:30 – 12:15 pm

Lunch and networking

12:15 – 12:45 pm

Session #2: Federal and state government perspectives

Moderator:  Paul Johnson, President, Colorado School of Mines

Keynote:  Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper

1:00 – 1:45 pm

Session #3: Federal perspectives on regional clean energy innovation partnerships followed by Q&A

Introduction —  Chancellor Phil DiStefano, University of Colorado Boulder

Keynote – Franklin (Lynn) Orr, Under Secretary for Science and Energy, United States Department of Energy

2:00 – 3:30 pm

Session #4: Facilitated topic area breakout session discussions

Introduction and format for breakout sessions: Terri Fiez, Vice Chancellor for Research, University of Colorado Boulder

Breakout session #A:   Grid and Storage

Facilitator: Tony Dean, Vice President of Research and Technology, Colorado School of Mines

Session leaders:  Bryan Hannegan, National Renewable Energy Lab and Dan Zimmerle, Colorado State University

Breakout session #B:   Food/Energy/Water

Facilitator:  Jeff Muhs, Associate Director, Energy Institute at Colorado State University

Session leaders:  Ken Carlson, Colorado State University and Tzahi Cath, Colorado School of Mines

Breakout session #C:   Energy/Climate

Facilitator: Terri Fiez, Vice Chancellor for Research, University of Colorado- Boulder

Session leaders:  Dag Nummedal, Colorado School of Mines and Bob McGrath, University of Colorado-Boulder

Breakout session #D:   Renewable sources

Facilitator:  Barbara Goodman, Executive Director | Institutional Planning, Integration & Development, NREL

Session leaders:   Bryan Willson, Colorado State University and Ryan Gill, University of Colorado-Boulder

3:45 – 4:30 pm

Session #5: Breakout session reports

Moderator:  Tony Dean, Vice President of Research & Technology, Colorado School of Mines

Each breakout session will summarize highlights to the full group

4:30 – 5:30 pm

Session #6: Summary for a clean energy innovation region

Moderator:  Alan Rudolph, Vice President for Research, Colorado State UniversityEntire group will discuss information covered by speakers and breakout sessions. Open discussion on framework for a regional partnership with next steps.

Note: A portal was open until Sept 22, 2016 at www.regionalsummit.org  to accumulate feedback and additional ideas.  Feedback from the Sept 19, 2016 meeting and the portal was summarized in a full report and sent to U.S. Department of Energy.  Click here to read all the reports on the U.S. Department of Energy’s website from all 14 forums (including the Sept 19 summit) held around the United States.

5:30 pm Meeting adjournment

 Questions asked during Sept 19 breakout sessions:

  1. To facilitate today’s activities, four topic areas have been proposed (Grid and Storage; Food/Energy/Water; Energy/Climate; Renewable Sources). These are not meant to be exclusive of the regional needs. Are there additional focus areas that should be added to the list?
  2. What are the regional strengths and opportunities in the four proposed topic areas and any topic areas added? Is there an overarching theme for this region that should be pursued? If so, please summarize.
  3. Commercial deployment of energy technologies is required to have impact at a large scale. What are the opportunities for industry and research communities in developing and deploying next generation energy innovations at a large scale in our region?
  4. How can we align anticipated research topics with state policies that become key drivers of deployment?
  5. Building on the idea of regional innovation partnerships based on the RPSEA model (www.RPSEA.org ), what are additional inputs to the process and governance that should be considered? How can we structure the regional entity in order to receive effective collaboration across the multi-state region?