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  Jul 23, 2014   |   Last update: Today @ 8:27 am

Electric Power in a Carbon Constrained World

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Electric Power in a Carbon Constrained World

This conference will address four aspects of electric power generation related to government efforts to reduce carbon emissions from this industry. The first panel will discuss the role of coal-fired electric power generation; the second panel will deal with the rapidly growing natural gas industry and the role of natural gas for generating electricity; the third panel will focus on the use of alternative energy to produce electricity; and the fourth panel will address the role of nuclear electric power. The speakers will focus their remarks primarily on electric power generation in the Western United States.

Watch live on Ulaw.tv beginning at 8:45

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Speakers include:

Lincoln Davies, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

John Dernbach, Widener University School of Law

Steven Ferrey, Suffolk University Law School

James Holtkamp, Holland and Hart LLP

Alexandra Klass, University of Minnesota Law School

Bruce Pendery, Wyoming Outdoor Council

Richard Pierce, George Washington University Law School

Arnold Reitze, University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law

John Ruple, Institute for Clean and Secure Energy, U of U

Michael Stern, Stern and Stern Christopher Thomas, HEAL Utah

Hannah Wiseman, Florida State University College of Law

Sutherland Moot Courtroom

S.J. Quinney College of Law  

$75 for general public, $50 for University faculty & staff and nonprofit organizations, $30 for students and includes all breaks and lunch. Six hours of CLE available (additional $9.00 fee)

Registration required. Click here to register.