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Upcoming Events in Washington, D.C.

4 event(s).

DC STEM Mentoring Café

Date: 2/8/2016

Location: Washington, DC

This information was last updated on January 25, 2016

The Energy Department partners with the Department of Education, Corporation for National and Community Service, and the Association of Science and Technology Centers on the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Mentoring Café series, an interagency effort to engage middle school students and their educators with STEM professionals through speed mentoring sessions and an opportunity for ongoing mentoring from federal employees. The café facilitates roundtable show-and-tell discussions with middle school students and their educators from area schools and student groups. Federal STEM professionals will move from table to table to share how they started in a STEM career, what interests them about their jobs, what exciting projects they are undertaking, and why STEM matters to our society. Note that all federal employees are strongly encouraged to commit to serving 20 hours annually as a mentor to students in their community. Interested educators and group leaders should RSVP by February 1, 2016.

NASEO 2016 Policy Outlook Conference

Date: 2/9/2016 to 2/12/2016

Location: Washington, DC

Source: National Association of State Energy Officials

This information was last updated on November 08, 2015

NASEO's 2016 Energy Policy Outlook Conference will focus on the energy and economic opportunity in modernizing the nation's energy infrastructure—electric grid, pipelines, buildings, and transportation—to achieve a more resilient, sustainable, and energy efficient future. The nation's state and territory energy office directors, staff, and public and private sector affiliate members will convene to address these important issues and consider how to assign greater priority to the resilience and efficiency of the U.S. energy infrastructure and work together to create economic opportunity.

Distributed Wind 2016 Business Conference and Lobby Day

Date: 2/23/2016 to 2/24/2016

Location: Washington, DC

Source: Distributed Wind Energy Association

This information was last updated on November 23, 2015

Sponsored by the Distributed Wind Energy Association, this year's conference features education sessions on the following topics: the state of the distributed wind industry, federal agency opportunities and updates, exploring business opportunities, emerging distributed wind markets, and installing distributed wind systems.

2016 ACORE National Renewable Energy Policy Forum

Date: 3/16/2016 to 3/17/2016

Location: Washington, DC

Source: American Council on Renewable Energy

The W Hotel

This information was last updated on January 08, 2016

This forum will identify workable strategies for renewable electricity and fuels for the nation's next leaders. Top government officials and industry visionaries will gather to discuss the state of renewable energy policy and the value of pursing innovative energy market reforms, advancing new financing measures, implementing the Renewable Fuel Standard and low-carbon fuel standards, developing Clean Power Plan compliance strategies, increasing renewable portfolio standards, among other issues. These recommendations can then be set in place to ensure the continued development of renewable energy and all of its benefits across the country.