PERSPECTIVES ON THE ENERGY TRANSITION
WIIT Washington, DC invites you to a lively discussion with leading experts in the energy policy space who will share their perspectives on the energy transition. Climate change is now a policy priority which has resulted in a fundamental rethinking of energy supply and demand dynamics. Policymakers are in the midst of trying to operationalize ideas that ultimately will transform how energy is produced and consumed, which has significant implications for trade flows and supply chains. The event will include a discussion on efforts by the current Administration to reshape the U.S. energy balance, and how the rest of the world is rethinking its place in the strategic energy map.
- Adam Sieminski, Senior Advisor to the Board of King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center, former head of the U.S. Energy Information Administration of the U.S. Department of Energy
- Kate Gordon, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of Energy, U.S. Department of Energy
- Moderated by Sarah Ladislaw, Managing Director, RMI
- Introduction by Soozhana Choi, Co-Chair of WIIT’s Environment and Energy Program