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Nuclear Energy, Naval Propulsion, and National Security

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THE FUKUSHIMA ACCIDENT & ITS AFTERMATH

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AMERICAN WASTE – PARADIGM SHIFTING TOWARD A CIRCULAR ECONOMY

Crude Volatility: The History and the Future of Boom-Bust Oil Prices

AAAS Energy/Climate AG Meeting: Guest Speaker George Marshall

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U.S. OFFSHORE WIND – READY FOR TAKE-OFF?

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METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON, DC SOLAR & GREEN HOME TOUR

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METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON, DC SOLAR & GREEN HOME TOUR

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Focus on Green Technology: Sustainability That Serves All

Open House: The Future of Science Policy

Escaping the Energy Poverty Trap with Dr. Johannes Urpelainen

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Clean Energy Innovation: Making the Most of R&D Investments

Multinational Nuclear Supplier Partnerships within the OECD: Ensuring Relevance and Competitiveness in the Global Nuclear Power Market

Equinor Energy Perspectives 2018

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Renewable Energy How Businesses, Cities, and States Are Leading Climate Action Efforts

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LNG Exports: What Lies Beyond the Expected Near-Term Expansion?

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HAPPY HOUR IN COOPERATION W. CLEAN ENERGY & TECHNOLOGY STAFF ASSOCIATION

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The Role of Advanced Energy in National Security and a Resilient Grid

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Improving Resilience Through Microgrids & Battery Storage

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The new dynamics of global energy and climate: A conversation with Exelon President and CEO Chris Crane

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THE NUCLEAR INNOVATION: CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE (NICE FUTURE) INITIATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON THE ROLE OF NUCLEAR IN GLOBAL CLEAN ENERGY

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NATURAL GAS ROUNDTABLE PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE ELECTIONS

Supporting Women’s Leadership: A Discussion & Networking Reception

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IEA’s Renewable Energy Market Report 2018

ENERGY EFFICIENCY: AMERICA’S JOB-CREATION POWERHOUSE

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WCEE OCTOBER 2018 HAPPY HOUR – EVERYONE IS WELCOME!

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SOLAR FOCUS WOMEN IN SOLAR BREAKFAST

Organizer of Minerals, Water, and Energy: The science that drives their interdependencies, feedbacks, and tradeoffs

TRANSFORMING ENERGY EFFICIENCY MARKETS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

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Clean Energy 101 Bootcamp

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