Wharton Energy Conference 2010

Energy's Future: Bridging the Gap

Friday, October 29, 2010 at the Union League of Philadelphia

Welcome to the 2010 Wharton Energy Conference

This year’s conference comes at a time when the energy industry must think more broadly about the future of energy. We believe that a successful and sustainable energy portfolio will be achieved through a concerted and coordinated effort among traditional, alternative, and innovative sources while aligning political, regulatory, and financial opportunities and interests. Our vision for this year's conference is to open a dialogue between energy sectors and in doing so develop tools and resources to together lead the energy industry forward towards a new and lasting future.

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Conference Tracks


Traditional Energy

The traditional energy track will discuss the future of nuclear and oil & gas with topics including prospects for nuclear energy, opening up drilling/reserves and unconventional opportunities.

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Alternative Energy and Innovation

The alternative energy and innovation track will explore various renewable, alternative and innovative energy topics including smart grid, biofuels, green building, distributed generation (solar and wind) and entrepreneurship within the renewable space.

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Regulatory, Policy and Finance

The regulatory, policy and finance track will focus on topics ranging from energy investing, carbon markets and trading, US Energy Policy, and energy security.

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