The 2014 HBS Energy Symposium

Registration  |  Agenda  |  Keynotes  |  Panels  |  Showcase  |  Logistics

In the Twenty-First Century, we have seen a dramatic change in the energy industry.  The discovery of shale gas has transformed the United States from an energy importer to an energy exporter.  Meanwhile, political instability in the Middle East has added to the volatility of global energy supplies.  These changes are impacting us while the energy industry itself is undergoing a tremendous technological shift.  The technology utilized within the industry is ever more complex and the talents to work in this field are increasingly difficult to find.  The 11th Annual Energy Symposium at Harvard Business School will navigate these transitions to find the path to the future of the energy industry. The symposium will end with a showcase and networking hour with of some of the hottest companies in the energy and environment space.  Check back closer to the event for details.

Join us on Saturday, October 18th to unfold the new balance in the energy industry! Registration begins on Monday, August 15th.


Registration

Join top industry leaders and students around the world to register to the 11th Annual Energy Symposium.  Registration begins on Monday, August 15th. Mark the date on your calendar! Our tickets do and will run out!

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Agenda

This year Harvard and MIT are partnering to bring a weekend of energy innovation in Cambridge.  On Friday, 10/17/14, MIT will host its Energy Night, showcasing top research and technology from universities around the United States.  On Saturday, 10/18/14, Harvard will host the Energy Symposium, bringing together leading executives and policymakers for a day of discussion, thought, and education.  Check back soon for the specific agenda for both events.  

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Keynotes

Join us as executives at some of the largest and most prolific energy and power companies in the world discuss the changing landscape of energy in two round-table keynotes.  Then, join us for a discussion of how environmental stewardship and sustainability fits into this future with one of the leading thinkers in the space..

Check back soon as we reveal our distinguished keynote speakers for the 11th Annual Energy Symposium.

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Panels

The Harvard Business School Energy & Environmental Club would like to invite you to the 11th Annual Energy Symposium at Harvard Business School. Come join with professionals and students from around the world in a high-intensity atmosphere of engagement as we collectively wrestle with the energy challenges of the future. On the boundary between conventional energy solutions such as oil or natural gas, and the newer topics such as solar and wind power, the 11th Annual Energy Symposium will give you the insight you need to help plan for a brighter and cleaner future by leveraging the power of today’s energy experts.

The panels will be organized into tracks including Oil & Gas, Clean Technology & Sustainability, and Energy Finance.

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Showcase

See the innovative blend of business and energy technology in our startup showcase.  Our 11th Annual Energy Symposium ends with a showcase and networking event that features exciting new startups from around the United States.

Stay ahead of the curve and join us in welcoming these rapidly growing companies.

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Logistics

The 11th Annual Energy Symposium will be held at Harvard Business School. The registration for the event will be held in the Meredith Room of Spangler Hall.

Registration is in the Meredith room in Spangler Hall.  Panels are in Aldrich, directly north of Spangler.

Registration is in the Meredith room in Spangler Hall.  Panels are in Aldrich, directly north of Spangler.

Harvard Business School is located across the river from Harvard University’s main campus.  You can enjoy restaurants and boutique shops around Harvard Square.  A map of the surrounding area can be found here.

The events will be held in Spangler building and Aldrich building within Harvard Business School.  The map shows here will help you navigate your way around the campus.  

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