Energy Seminars

About the Energy Seminar Series

The Dartmouth Energy Collaborative (DEC) is a partnership between the the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, the Dartmouth Sustainability Office, the Revers Center for Energy, Systainability and Innovation at the Tuck School of Business, and the Thayer School of Engineering. The DEC brings a wide range of energy programs to campus that offer students, faculty, staff, and community members opportunities to learn about the technical, historical, economic, political, environmental, and social aspects of energy systems and to work together to develop innovative solutions to today's energy challenges. 

The DEC Energy Seminar series brings a range of speakers, from campus experts to researchers and practitioners from all facets of the energy and society ecosystem, to share their perspectives and knowledge. You can learn more about these talks below. Videos and slides are available for some talks. 

2020 Seminars

Topics include energy and the election, energy and society in Northern Greenland, and the impact of COVID stimulus funding on energy

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