Carnegie Mellon University

CMU Energy Week 2023 will facilitate dialogue on the challenges and opportunities in decarbonizing what many experts argue is the toughest sector to decarbonize: the industrial sector

Carnegie Mellon’s Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation is leading the nation in facilitating discussion and driving action towards decarbonizing our energy economy. As its flagship event, CMU Energy Week brings energy and sustainability leaders, including scholars, investors, and entrepreneurs, from across the nation to Carnegie Mellon University to combine forces and exchange ideas on the world's most pressing issues in energy.

Join us in-person as we convene energy experts, key influencers, students, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs from business, government, media, non-governmental organizations and academia for a week of learning, networking and innovation. 

MARCH 21-24, 2023 |CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, COHON UNIVERSITY CENTER | PITTSBURGH, PA

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Energy Week is free and open to the general public.

Featured Speakers

brian-anderson-round-finale.pngBRIAN ANDERSON
Director of the National Energy Technology Laboratory

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Director, TEAM Consortium

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SVP, Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer, U. S. Steel

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Shell Exploration & Production

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