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Thank you to everyone who attended the Energy Storage Summit and to our excellent speakers!

June 26, 2015Megan ButlerETL Blog, Events, FeaturedComments Off on Thank you to everyone who attended the Energy Storage Summit and to our excellent speakers!
Solar Thermal Storage Project

Florida International University’s solar thermal collector system. Photo Credit: Stefano Paltera/U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon

The Energy Storage Summit hosted by the Energy Transition Lab on July 15th at the University of Minnesota Law School, featured a blend of presentations by national and local energy storage experts on topics related to the policy, regulatory and market drivers affecting energy storage in Minnesota. Summit participants from a variety of sectors convened to network and participate in a high level discussion about the future of energy storage in the state. The full agenda including presentations for the event can be seen below. Click here to view a list of presenters for the energy storage summit.

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Community solar and the future of Minnesota solar energy

June 4, 2015Megan ButlerETL Blog, NewsComments Off on Community solar and the future of Minnesota solar energy

 

Last month Energy Transition Lab Executive Director Ellen Anderson and Francis O’Sullivan, Director of research and analysis at the MIT Energy Initiative, were interviewed on Minnesota Public Radio’s Climate Cast about the future of solar power in Minnesota and how the state can best leverage its potential for solar power.

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Ten things we learned about the energy transition

October 21, 2014grafe014ETL Blog, FeaturedComments Off on Ten things we learned about the energy transition

energy transition solar panel

Energy Transition Lab executive director Ellen Anderson and Energy Transition Lab faculty director Hari Osofsky explored the “Top 10″ key areas of energy transition and the Energy Transition Lab’s role in them. This story originally appeared on the Institute on the Environment blog.

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