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U.S. C3E Women in clean energy seminar series: Leveraging data and digitalization to make the grid more visible, resilient, and clean

03/27/2024  1:00 pm-2:00 pm ET

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Climate change presents a call to action to transform the energy ecosystem, requiring us to change how we’ve planned, fueled, and operated the grid over the past 100 years. The United States has set bold decarbonization targets, necessitating sixfold growth in connected renewables annually and triple the current transmission capacity by 2035. This pace of change requires better information about our grid to enable decarbonization while ensuring resilience and affordability. This panel will discuss how a data-enabled and transparent grid facilitates implementation of distributed energy resources (including virtual power plants) and how it empowers us to make optimal decisions about how we build and coordinate the grid of the future.

Immediately following the webinar, you are invited to an optional informal networking session with the panelists, providing a chance for more Q&A, interaction, and career path-based questions and advice. When registering for the webinar, please indicate if you are interested in the networking session to receive the separate networking session Zoom link.

About the series
The C3E webinar series provides a forum to hear the latest on clean energy topics from women who are making a difference. The goal of the quarterly webinars is to highlight the outstanding work of clean energy professionals in various fields and to foster discussion around clean energy opportunities and solutions.

Get to know the work of today’s leaders, including C3E Ambassadors and recent Awardees, by participating in an upcoming webinar, followed by a discussion session, allowing participants to ask the speakers questions, share their own ideas and experiences, engage in conversation, and network with other clean energy professionals.

For more information on future webinars, subscribe to C3E email updates.


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