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Dartmouth Upcoming Energy Events and Deadlines

Tuesday, July 28 | 12:15 p.m. Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Energy Seminar Kaitlyn Bunker, Rocky Mountain Institute “Clean Energy Transition: What We’ve Learned from Partnering with Caribbean Islands to Develop Inclusive Approaches that Accelerate Progress” Kaitlyn Bunker, head of the Islands Energy Program at the Rocky Mountain Institute, will discuss the approach developed by the […]

Event at Dartmouth College Wednesday, July 29, 12 p.m.

New Energy: Conversations with Early-Career Energy Researchers Michael Craig, University of Michigan “Electric Power in a Changing Climate”

Michael Craig will present his recent collaborations on how climate change will affect bulk power system planning and operations. Those collaborations include quantifying compounding effects of climate change on thermal plant availability, wind and solar resources, and […]

Event at Dartmouth College, July 28, 12:15 p.m.

Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Energy Seminar Kaitlyn Bunker, Rocky Mountain Institute “Clean Energy Transition: What We’ve Learned from Partnering with Caribbean Islands to Develop Inclusive Approaches that Accelerate Progress”

Kaitlyn Bunker, head of the Islands Energy Program at the Rocky Mountain Institute, will discuss the approach developed by the RMI team to best support islands […]

Alberto Lamadrid – Thursday!

“Resilience and response to high impact events: From energy system operators to households” Alberto J. Lamadrid, Lehigh University

Thursday, February 20

5:00-6:00 pm

Steele 006 – Dartmouth College

Increased incidence of extreme events and socio-economic losses due to power outages create a fundamental concern for operators […]

Save the Date! Elena Finkbeiner – May 6

Dr. Elena Finkbeiner, Conservation International Monday, May 6, 2:00-3:00 PM, 041 Haldeman at Dartmouth College Faculty host: Michael Cox Title and abstract to follow. Bio: My research explores how social-ecological systems can self-organize and adapt and respond to change, and seeks to identify governance approaches that can achieve both environmental sustainability and human well-being. My […]

Kyle Whyte – April 3 at Dartmouth

Please join in on the George Link Jr. Environmental Awareness Lecture on April 3rd! This is the second lecture in the series focused on Indigenous Environmental Studies and Science.

Kyle Whyte, Timnick Chair in the Humanities and Professor in the departments of Philosophy and Community Sustainability at Michigan State University

Is Time Running Out to […]

Energy 101 Series for Spring 2019!

Interested in learning where your energy comes from?

Concerned about how energy decisions are made, and wish you were more informed? Wondering how to get involved in energy at Dartmouth, but not sure where to start? Apply to join the Spring 2019 Energy 101 series! Energy touches every aspect of our lives, from […]

Join the Climate Institute tomorrow at 6pm!

The Climate Institute is imagining our future as a better world! Come find out tomorrow about the initiatives they are working on. November 6th 6pm

Rockefeller 209 – Dartmouth College

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Student Reflections: Dartmouth’s Energy Immersion Trip to New Hampshire, Vermont & Quebec

The next DEC Pizza Lunch will be held on October 18th – We hope to see you there! Our lives are intimately integrated with energy systems, many of which are invisible to us. In an effort to make these invisible systems visible, the Sustainability Office and Irving Institute have launched an Energy Immersions Program that […]

May 17th Dartmouth Energy Collaborative Lunch: Can’t Take the Heat? Field Experiments in Residential Energy Conservation

The next DEC Pizza Lunch will be held on May 17th – Praveen Kopalle, Associate Dean for the MBA Program, Signal Companies’ Professor of Management, Professor of Marketing at the Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College will present his research on field experiments in residential energy conservation.

Can’t Take the Heat? Field Experiments […]