The purpose of Energy Days is to identify and discuss the regional, national, and global energy challenges facing society. Ultimately, the conference looks to create outcomes that provide innovative solutions to energy challenges. Solutions can range from new intellectual knowledge to new collaborations among industry, government, and funders.
Impact is the ultimate desired outcome for Energy Days.
Energy Days aims to build a network of engaged stakeholders and identify areas where Penn State can be a strong partner in education, research, and a place to learn by doing.
At Penn State, we believe universities can and should do more to strengthen that foundation, and we can accelerate the trajectory of fundamental discovery and applied innovation through deeper partnerships with government, industry, and civil society.
Please join us on May 22–23 at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center for Energy Days.
Learn more by visiting the Energy Days website.