Energy Days Blog

  • Submit Energy Days 2019 Lightning Talk Proposals
    Researchers, extension educators and faculty members are encouraged to submit lightning talk proposals. These brief overviews can highlight research, projects, facilities and equipment, or other energy-related topics. Lightning talks will be delivered on May 29, 2019 as a part of day-one activities. The deadline to submit lightning talk proposals is March 15, 2019. [formidable id="10"…
  • Submit Energy Days 2019 Poster Proposals
    Undergraduate and graduate students, post-docs, extension educators, and faculty are encouraged to submit posters for a poster session focused on energy. Many conference attendees will be interested in learning about the innovative and world-class energy research occurring at Penn State. Attendees include leaders in the energy industry, government, NGOs, and academia. All posters will be…
  • Call for Energy Days 2019 Breakout Sessions Proposals
    The Institutes of Energy and the Environment announced a call for sessions for Energy Days 2019. Researchers and extension staff are encouraged to submit session proposals that offer insight on generating clean, safe, affordable and abundant energy. Submissions are due by Jan. 18, 2019, at 5 p.m. Sessions for Energy Days are designed to elicit…
  • Determining Breakout 2018 Session Demand
    To help us plan better for Energy Days, we'd like to know what sessions you plan on attending. Please indicate on the form below what Breakout Session you plan to attend in the morning and which one you plan to attend in the afternoon. Full descriptions of Breakout Sessions Formed Closed.
  • Update on Energy Days 2017
    As you may remember from last year’s event, our focus was on bringing people from varying perspectives and disciplines together to discuss different topics in about twenty breakout sessions. Topics ranged from microgrids and clean coal to regulatory concerns, education, and energy literacy to building stakeholder engagement. Participants in several of the breakout sessions have continued…