Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 6:30 pm


CEO, Energy Innovation

Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Stanford


Stabilizing the climate will require going for big zeroes - a zero-carbon grid, zero-emission vehicles, zero-net energy buildings and zero-waste manufacturing. Achieving these audacious goals will require dramatically remaking the way we get around, operate buildings, and make products. Will these net-zero visions require massive technological breakthroughs, or deployment of existing technologies? Is there a shortage or a surplus of funding to power these opportunities - and where should it be directed to maximize impact?

Join us for a conversation with Hal Harvey, author of Designing Climate Solutions: A Policy Guide for Low-Carbon Energy, about the policy and technologies needed to drive us toward the zeros necessary for achieving a low-carbon future.