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The ongoing war in Europe, global drought conditions and persistent underinvestment have impacted energy supply and demand across the globe leading to eminent concerns about availability and affordability of electricity globally.

This crisis underlies just how important and fragile energy security is. We’re bringing experts and industry leaders from around the globe to campus to talk solutions on ensuring energy is reliable, sustainable and economical to the world.

The biggest question in business used to be how to keep the lights on. Now, with recent geopolitical events, the very real question has become: Will we be able to turn the lights on?


Kalin Peshov, President & CEO
CLP International-Bulgaria/Brussels


Reed Blakemore, Acting Director
The Atlantic Council Global Energy Center


Craig Goldman, Texas State Representative for District 97
Chair Energy Resource Committee


John Di Donato, National Vice President of Renewable Development and Organization
NextEra Energy Resources, LLC


Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado, Director of Inclusion and Sr. Advisor to the Chancellor, TCU, Ralph Lowe Energy Institute Faculty Fellow


Ann Bluntzer, Executive Director, Ralph Lowe Energy Institute


Manochehr Dorraj, Professor of Political Science
Ralph Lowe Energy Institute Faculty Fellow


October 14th, 2022 12:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
Shaddock Auditorium
2900 Lubbock Ave
Fort Worth, TX 76109
United States

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