The University Clean Energy Alliance of Ohio (UCEAO) 6th Annual Conference: Securing Ohio’s Energy and Economic Future will be held on April 2 & 3, 2012 at the Blackwell located on the campus of The Ohio State University.
This two-day event will bring together a diverse group of leaders and experts to promote Ohio’s energy assets, leverage Ohio’s diverse energy resources, and address the opportunities and challenges surrounding Ohio’s energy and economic future.
Speakers and panelist from across Ohio will discuss topics including renewable energy, research, education, workforce development, energy facility management, energy policy and academic/industry partnerships.
• Opening Reception
• Partnership Recognition Awards
• Clean Energy Exhibits
• Energy Research Poster Session
• Student/Industry Networking Event
Sessions & Speakers
Speakers and panelists from across Ohio will discuss topics including:
• Renewable Energy
• Smart Grid
• Shale Energy
• Workforce Development and Industry Needs
• Energy Policy
Approximately 300 participants are expected to attend including:
• Faculty, staff and students from Ohio’s universities, colleges and technical schools
• Government officials
• Government laboratory representatives
• Energy and environments advocacy groups
• Business and industry leaders
Zero Waste Event
In an effort to promote sustainability, the UCEAO 6th Annual Conference will be a Zero Waste Event. A Zero Waste Event is defined as any one-time program, occasion or event that reduces waste by diverting 90% of trash from landfills by recycling and composting. Together, UCEAO and conference participants can take part in this initiative and work together to reduce our environmental impact.