Session A: Deep Decarbonization Pathways: Where Do They Lead?
- Scale Challenges of Deep Decarbonization
Remarks by Prof. Jim Williams, University of San Francisco
- Principles for Policy Packages for Deep (80-100%+) Decarbonization
Chris Bataille, Simon Frasier University
- Deep Decarbonization Planning: Challenges in Mexico
Daniel Buira, Tempus Analytica
- The Role of National Governments in Developing Deep Decarbonization Pathways
Noah Kaufman, WRI
- Deep Decarbonization Pathways: A look from Australia
Meg Argyriou, Climateworks
- Integrated Land use Planning for Managing Climate Mitigation, Biodiversity, and Food Production
Grace Wu, UC Berkeley
Session B: Demand Side Solutions to Renewable Integration: Do They Scale?
- Storage and Demand-side Solutions
Vijay Modi, Columbia University
- Flexible Load In Deeply Decarbonized Electricity Systems
Ben Haley, Evolved Energy Research (EER)
- Utility and Comercial Demand Side Soltions
Greg Geller, EnerNOC
- Negotiating with Batteries: The Unfortunate Tetrahedron
Dan Steingart, Princeton University
- Industry Perspective: Battery Energy Storage
Chen Li, Gotion Inc.
Session C. Renewable Electricity Systems: How High Can We Go?
- Global 100% RE Cities and Regions Network
Angie Fyfe, ICLEI
- What we Know (and Don’t Know) About Very High Renewable Penetrations
Trieu Mai, NREL
- 100% Clean and Renewable Electricity: How Far Can We Go?
Elaine Hart, Portland General Electric
Session D. Autonomous and Electric Vehicles: On the Road to Deep Decarbonization?
There were no presentations for this discussion.
Session E: Alternative Energy, Nuclear and CCS: What are the Prospects?
- Small Modular Reactors: Lowering Emissions and Enabling Growth
Lenka Kollar, NuScale Power
- The Why and the How of FBEG (Fusion Based Electricity Generation)
Howard Hornfeld, Fusion Advocates
- Carbon Waste Management
Klaus Lackner, Arizona State University
- Statoil’s Climate Roadmap
Bjørn Otto Sverdrup, Statoil