October 262:30 – 4:00PMDuke University Fuqua School of Business, HCA Classroom 100 Fuqua Drive Durham, NC 27708
Join EAP’s Liilnna Teji as she moderates a panel discussion on “AI for Energy Access” during the Energy Data Analytics Symposium at Duke University.
Panelists: Kate Iovanna (Millennium Challenge Corporation), Brian Min (University of Michigan), Anders Pedersen (World Bank)
September 14, 20236:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.Fuqua Leaman Classroom
Join us to explore policy’s role in changing the global energy system at home and abroad. Moderated by Jackson Ewing of energy and climate policy at the Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability. Nicholas Institute experts Elizabeth Losos and Liilnna Teji will also speak.
June 15-16, 2023June 15th, 10:30-13:00 Eastern Time & June 16th, 09:00-13:00 Eastern TimeVirtual
The eighth SETI Annual Workshop will feature sessions focused on low- and middle-income countries related to the energy access; the energy transition at the household level; sustainable cooking practices; energy, gender, and culture; policy interventions on energy transition; energy and climate change.
April 18, 202311:30-12:30 p.m. ETVirtual
The Duke Africa Policy Group at Sanford and South-North Scholars invites you to its “Africa Policy Talks” event titled: “Achieving the Twin Goals of Energy Transition and Industrialization in Africa” as part of the Duke Earth Month celebrations.
February 912:15 PM - 1:30 PMOnline event
Please join the Rethinking Diplomacy Program (RDP) for a timely discussion on climate diplomacy with Ambassador Robert O. Blake (senior director, McLarty Associates; former senior advisor to US envoy for climate change John Kerry). Ambassador Blake will be joined by Ambassador Bob Pearson, Jackson Ewing, Jonathan Phillips, and colleagues for a discussion on climate change after COP27, the need for greater institutionalization of climate diplomacy at the State Department, the role of the private sector, and an Indonesian project to transition from coal to green energy.
January 243:30-4:30 p.m.Duke University, Levine Science Research Center (LSRC), Love Auditorium (B Wing), B101
Catch EAP’s Rahel Bekele at Duke Research and Innovation Week ’23 discussing the contribution of agricultural interventions to food security – drawing lessons from Ethiopia on the use of solar powered irrigation
January 2310:00 AM - 11:00 AM, ESTOnline event
What can we learn from existing mini-grid business models? Catch EAP’s Jonathan Phillips at the African School of Regulation conference to hear about concession-like mini-grid business models
September 213:30 – 5:00 PMVirtual event
Don’t miss EAP’s Rahel Bekele and colleagues at Climate Week exploring how climate-resilient agriculture can help to scale up adaptation – Event hosted by Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), Sep 21, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m. ET
September 141:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDTVirtual event
Venture and private equity investors are pouring money into climate tech startups and large-scale renewable energy projects. Where capital is not flowing: emerging markets, low-income communities and projects aimed at climate adaptation and climate justice. Join ImpactAlpha and special guests to explore the new Climate Finance Tracker and effective strategies for bridging the gaps.
Featuring: Donnel Baird of BlocPower, Jonathan Phillips of the James E. Rogers Energy Access Project, Ashish Kumar of the Shell Foundation, and Eric Berlow of Vibrant Data Labs