Renewable Energy: What to Expect in the Next Ten Years
Symposium held April 4, 2014
The Links at East Syracuse
The Energy in the 21st Century symposium series was founded by and continues to be directed by Dr. Rhea Jezer, environmental educator and policy advisor to elected officials in New York State and beyond. She is a consultant and advisor to candidates for election at all levels in both major political parties. Dr. Jezer was an environmental advisor to then Senator Hillary Clinton for nine years, and worked closely with President Bill Clinton, New York Governor George Pataki, Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, among others.
Rhea Jezer, Ph.D, Symposium Founder and Chair
The symposium series is a division of Synapse Sustainability Trust, a non-profit incubator of green business concepts that dramatically reduce the release of CO2 into Earth's atmosphere.
Garry Brown, Commissioner, New York State Public Service Commission
Ashok Gupta, Director of Programs and Senior Energy Economist, NRDC
Dan Reicher, Executive Director of the Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy
Bob Catell, Chairman of the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center (AERTC) at New York State University at Stony Brook
Dan Kolundzic, Vice President, Nanos Research
John B. Rhodes, President & CEO, NYSERDA
Ken Daly, President, New York National Grid
Katherine "Kit" Kennedy, Clean Energy Counsel to Air & Energy Program, NRDC
KEYNOTE: Jose Zayas, Program Manager for Wind & Water Power Program; Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy (EERE); U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)
For more information about this symposium and others in the series, visit http://www.energy21symposium.org/