Spring 2021 - 60475 - PA 159R - Public Policy Issues
UT Energy Symposium-Wb
The UT Energy Symposium (UTES) is a weekly speaker series that seeks to provide a common platform for students from all disciplines across the campus to interact on the most pressing energy issues facing our globe. The series will introduce students to a wide range to energy topics including: low-carbon energy technologies (solar, wind, energy efficiency, carbon capture and storage, etc.); energy infrastructure (smart grids, transmission networks, maritime transport, etc.); innovation and diffusion of energy technologies; climate change and other environmental issues; behavioral aspects of energy consumption; policymaking and regulation in energy; and energy markets and finance. Every week an expert from the industry, government, or academia will talk about the key technological, policy, regulatory, and market aspects of the week’s topic and how that relates to the future of the global energy system. Each talk will be 1 hour in length, with about 40 minutes for the talk followed by 20 minutes of discussion.
This course is open to both undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines. Available for 1 credit Hour (Credit/No Credit only).