Plugged into Energy Research lecture series

Energy is entwined in all aspects of our lives, whether at home or work, in the car or on foot, and in the wind, sun, water and plants around us. The Plugged into URI Energy Research lecture series highlights cutting-edge energy research and outreach projects under way by URI faculty and staff, and explores how the results of this research may affect our daily lives in the future.


2017 Lecture

Renewable Energy: Progress and Power in Rhode Island
Time: Wednesday, November 1, 2017 | 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Location: Pharmacy Building, Room 170, URI Kingston campus
Topics: Renewable energy, offshore wind, Block Island wind farm, onshore wind, solar, grid interconnection, renewable energy policy, consumer incentives, battery storage, lithium ion batteries.
Captain John O’Keeffe, Operations, Maintenance and Marine Affairs Manager, DeepWater Wind;

Chris Kearns, Legislative Liaison, RI Office of Energy Resources; 
Dr. Brett Lucht, Professor, URI Department of Chemistry

2016 Lecture Series

2015 Lecture Series

For more information, please contact Kate Venturini 401.874.2900

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