Carnegie Mellon University
December 11, 2014

EST&P Participated in the 'Energy for the Power of 32' Event

EST&P participated in the Pittsburgh regional "Energy for the Power of 32" event on December 11th at the David L. Lawerence Convention Center to support the Carnegie Mellon University Scott Institute for Energy Innovation and the Steinbrenner Institute for Environmental Education & Research.  Attendees worked in groups to develop an energy plan and strategy for how they would like to see the future of energy in this region. The event was most interesting, and the reporting out of working group recommendations for regional energy strategy were insightful and in-depth. Great meeting, and great public art real-time illustration of the topics discussed.