Thursday, March 24, 2016

Energypath Renewable Energy Conference--Futurist Jack Uldrich, Student Energy Camps, Science Fair July 25-29

The Sustainable Energy Fund Thursday announced Jack Uldrich, renowned futurist and best-selling author, as the keynote speaker for Energypath 2016 in State College July 28-29.
Uldrich is the author of 11 books and a regular guest and contributor for a number of national news outlets. He also frequently appears on the Science Channel’s FutureScape and Discovery Channel’s Inside Out.
“Jack is known the world over for his assessment of renewable energy and technological trends and their effect on our society,” said John Costlow, president and CEO of SEF. “We are glad to welcome such a distinguished thought leader as our keynote speaker, and are excited to have him share his insight into the future of renewable and sustainable energy practices.”
Uldrich is a former naval intelligence officer, and previously served as the director of the Minnesota Office of Strategic and Long-Range Planning.  Uldrich’s expertise has been sought after by leading Fortune 100 corporations, venture capital firms, and state and regional governments on five continents.
At Energypath Uldrich will provide insight into energy trends with the presentation Foresight 20/20: The Ten Trends Transforming Tomorrow and How They Will Impact Energy.
Energypath is the largest sustainable energy conference in Pennsylvania, and will be held from July 28 to July 29 at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center adjacent to the main campus of Pennsylvania State University in State College.
The event hosts leading experts, scholars, entrepreneurs and innovators to discuss and share resources that engage communities and businesses in sustainable energy practices and renewable energy technology.
Student Energy Camps, Science Fair
In addition to panel discussions and presentations, Energypath 2016 will feature energy camps July 25-27 (apply now) and a science fair July 29 (deadline to apply July 1) for middle and high school students.
Energy Sprout Competition
The conference also features a competition for innovative products and business models, Energy Sprout. The competition will award a top grant of $100,000 to a business or individual.  There is still time to enter the competition.  Proposals are due May 3.
For more information and to register, visit the Energypath 2016 website.

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