SETI 2018 Spring Meeting
Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) 2018 Spring Meeting
The Energy Access Project is pleased to co-sponsor that the third annual meeting of the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI) on May 15-17 at Duke University.
The conference will showcase original research related to the current state of the global energy access and energy transitions with priority given to scholars from low- and middle-income countries.
The conference brings together leading experts working on this theme from a variety of disciplinary perspectives and organizations, but with a strong emphasis on environmental economics and policy. The meeting will consist of a set of presentations and comments by selected speakers, smaller breakout and research planning sessions around specific topics, discussion of synthetic work being done by SETI research teams, and sessions with practitioners and policy-makers working on energy and development issues.