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The Transition to Next Generation Energy Resources: Risks and Opportunities for the Construction Industry Towards Net-Zero by 2050

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This in-person and hybrid panel discussion offers an overview of the future of energy with an emphasis on the construction industry's crucial role in transitioning to renewable and next-generation energy resources. We will delve into essential insights on risks, opportunities, and the dynamic landscape of energy resources. The discussion extends to underscore the pivotal contribution of the construction industry in propelling this transformative journey. Join us for an illuminating introduction, paving the way for subsequent panels to explore the intricate details of these vital topics. Plan to join us in person to take advantage of the dialogue and interplay as we explore the opportunities for those in the building industry to manage the risks as the energy and power projects continue to develop and flourish.

This in-person and hybrid panel discussion offers an overview of the future of energy with an emphasis on the construction industry's crucial role in transitioning to renewable and next-generation energy resources. We will delve into essential insights on risks, opportunities, and the dynamic landscape of energy resources. The discussion extends to underscore the pivotal contribution of the construction industry in propelling this transformative journey. Join us for an illuminating introduction, paving the way for subsequent panels to explore the intricate details of these vital topics. Plan to join us in person to take advantage of the dialogue and interplay as we explore the opportunities for those in the building industry to manage the risks as the energy and power projects continue to develop and flourish.

When
February 22nd, 2024 from  4:00 PM to  5:00 PM
Location
1800 M St NW
Second floor
Washington, DC 20036
United States
Event Fee(s)
Registration $40.00
Online Only $20.00
Event data
Event timezone Eastern
Speaker information (for public page) Speakers: Brenda Radmacher (Akerman), Tom Crist (Benesch Friedlander), Yavuz Arik (Energy Tools, LLC)
Moderator: Pasha Ameli (BRG)
Regional director and event organizer name and contact RDs: Pasha Ameli, Jesse Keene
Event Organizer: Pasha Ameli, pameli@thinkbrg.com, (949) 610-5600
Presenters' name, company and email addresses Brenda Radmacher (Akerman, brenda.radmacher@akerman.com), Tom Crist (Benesch Friedlander, tcrist@beneschlaw.com), Yavuz Arik (Energy Tools, yavuz@energytoolsllc.com)
Moderator: Pasha Ameli (BRG, pameli@thinkbrg.com)
Region US: Mid-Atlantic (DC, VA, WV, MD, DE )
CLE Credits Offered?
PDH Credits Offered?
Interactive Session? Yes
Handouts?
Handout (PDF)
Flyer (PDF)
Venue name BRG DC Office
Cost to rent the venue $0 BRG sponsoring the location
Cost related to drinks/food (if any) TBD
Are you charging the participants? If yes, how much for SCL-NA members and non-members? Yes, in-person ($30 non-member, $15 member), virtual ($30 non-member, $0 member)
Do you have sponsors for this event? If yes, please provide the details of the source and amounts of sponsorship. BRG sponsoring the location.
Drinks sponsor TBD.