Join 350 Chicago and the DePaul University Institute for Nature and Culture for an evening of discussion on Deep Decarbonization with Professor George Crabtree. This is a free event that is open to students and the public, however RSVPs are greatly appreciated so that we can have an idea of a head count.
Professor Crabtree is the Director of the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR) at Argonne National Laboratory and a distinguished Professor of Physics at UIC. He has testified before Congress on how to meet sustainable energy challenges, presented his vision of the world in 50 years at Chicago Ideas Week, and has led US Department of Energy workshops on next-generation energy storage, hydrogen, solar energy, and more. He is a renowned scientist and is a captivating speaker with a very broad knowledge base.
In this talk, Professor Crabtree will be covering topics such as renewables, electric vehicles, grid transformation, distributed energy resources, sustainable mobility, and many more issues of great consequence to the environmentalism movement in 2019.
Hope to see you there!
Time/Date – Monday, November 11th @ 7pm – 8:30pm
Place – McGowan South, 1110 Belden Ave
1st Floor (Room 105, there will be signage)