Carnegie Mellon University

Upcoming Events

The Economics of Solar Development | Oct. 2, 12p

Join us for a tech talk by Carnegie Mellon alumnus Leigh Zanone (Dietrich, Tepper 2003), senior director of operations and asset manager at 8minute Solar Energy. Zanone will deliver an overview on development economics at utility scale, its applicability to the Western Pennsylvania region, photovoltaics (PV) and storage consideration development and how that impacts grid reliability and facility generation revenues in a more dispatchable real-time market, development needs for improvement of SCADA software and dispatch algorithms both from Transmission operators and project along with reliability and uptime concerns.  


The California Decarbonization Techno-Economic Assessment, Oct. 9, 12p

Join us for a Distinguished Lecture featuring Melanie Kenderdine, principal at the Energy Futures Initiative (EFI). Kenderdine will discuss EFI's work on innovation policy, the California decarbonization techno-economic assessment (in which she was a lead author) and a “Green Real Deal" currently in development.


CMU Energy Week 2020 | March 23-27

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. 

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