Carnegie Mellon University

CMU Energy Week, now in its fifth year, draws CEOs, entrepreneurs, government leaders, academic experts and students together to discuss ways to advance energy technologies and innovations around the world. Attendees trade expertise, connect to form partnerships and rub elbows with nationally-recognized thought leaders. CMU Energy Week is hosted by Carnegie Mellon University's Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation.

2019: By the Numbers

CMU Energy Week 2019 took place March 25-28 and drew over 900 registrants for a facilitated dialogue on how to advance energy technologies and innovations around the world. Additional stats from the conference: 

  • 261 organizations from 23 states and 3 countries
  • 87 speakers including 11 panels and 8 keynotes
  • 4 networking sessions
  • 20 event sponsors
  • Total online news audience of 2.2 million

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The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University addresses the world’s most important energy-related challenges by enabling collaborative research, strategic partnerships, public policy outreach, entrepreneurship, and education.

As one of CMU’s only university-wide institutes, we seek to optimize energy resources, reduce the environmental impacts of energy production and use, and develop breakthrough technologies and solutions that will have meaningful global impact and to accelerate the transition to a sustainable, low carbon energy future. Learn more