UT Energy Symposium Kicks Off Spring Semester with "Utility of the Future"
The Energy Institute at The University of Texas at Austin renewed its ongoing, weekly lecture series on energy-related issues with a presentation from former Austin Energy General Manager Roger Duncan.
Duncan, now a research analyst with the university's Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy (CIEEP), is president of the Pecan Street Project, an Austin smart grid initiative. He also is a board member of the Alliance to Save Energy and serves on the Electric Advisory Committee for the Department of Energy.
Duncan will presented his vision of the role of electric utilities in shaping today's dynamic and rapidly evolving energy industry, with an emphasis on how to achieve a greener and more sustainable energy mix.
The symposium, which was launched in the Fall of 2011 and features weekly speakers, was created to provide a platform for students