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The Sustainable Mobility Seminar (formerly Sustainable Transportation Seminar) is designed to foster a community of faculty, researchers and students around the theme of sustainable transportation policy, systems and solutions.
The Silicon Valley Energy Summit explores best practices, upcoming technologies, government regulation and energy policy. Convened by Stanford University's Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, SVES traditionally benefits more than 500 investors, facilities managers, regulators, researchers and others dealing with energy economics and environmental impacts.
A conference focused on understanding the behavior and decision-making of individuals and organizations and on using that knowledge to accelerate our transition to an energy-efficient and low-carbon future.
Presented by the Vail Global Energy Forum Foundation in partnership with the Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy and the Stanford Precourt Energy Efficiency Center, the fifth annual forum engaged speakers and participants in a thought-provoking examination of "The Rise of North America and the Future of Energy". Areas of focus included energy efficiency, sustainability, clean energy technologies, public perceptions of energy and climate, energy security, carbon capture and storage, the water and energy nexus, and supply.