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Energy Seminar: Holmes Hummel & Anthony Kinslow

Dr. Holmes Hummel is an interdisciplinary solutionary focused at the intersections of energy policy, technology, and finance. At Stanford, Dr. Hummel is drawing on two decades of experience that includes work in academia, private sector, public policy, and civil society organizations in order to accelerate just transitions by integrating concepts and practices of energy equity into energy education and research.

In collaboration with field partners, Dr. Hummel is also the founding co-director of Clean Energy Works, a public interest organization that accelerates investments in the clean energy economy by bridging multiple clean energy divides with inclusive financial solutions such as inclusive utility investment.

Dr. Hummel has taught Climate Policy Design at the Energy Resources Group at University of California in Berkeley and co-founded four new courses at Stanford, including Racial Equity in Energy and Quest for an Inclusive Clean Energy Economy, and the Justice 40 Policy Lab.

Editor's Note: At the time of this event's posting, it conflicts with another Energy Seminar at the same place and time, a talk by Alex Clark of Oxford University.  The Stanford Calendar currently lists both events.  Although we suspect this is now the correct listing, we don't know for sure, so we are listing both.

Monday, 02/27/23


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Stanford University
NVIDIA Auditorium
Stanford, CA 94305