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Missouri Energy Initiative First Quarter Luncheon

Missouri Energy Initiative

Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (CST)

Columbia, MO

Missouri Energy Initiative First Quarter Luncheon

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Please join us for a networking lunch, followed by a presentation with experts discussing cutting edge energy technology and its nexus with energy policy and updates on MEI activities.  The following is a list of presentors, complete with their department and topic.

Rob Duncan (Office of Research) - Moderator
Shibhu Jose (Forestry) - Bio-Energy
Jae Kwon (Electrical and Computer Engineering) - Nuclear Batteries
Robert Reed (Water Resource Research Center) - Energy Efficiency
Mark Prelas (Nuclear Engineering) - Small Modular Reactors
Neil Fox (Soil, Environmental and Atmospheric Science) - Wind Energy
William Miller (Research Reactor) - Education Workforce Development for Sustainable Energy
Wyatt Thompson (Agriculture/Applied Economics) Energy Policy/Economics

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University of Missouri, Memorial Union
518 Hitt Street
Columbia, MO 65201

Thursday, February 28, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM (CST)


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Missouri Energy Initiative

The Missouri Energy Initiative (MEI), is a 501(c)(3) designed to encourage creative collaborations, promote affordable, reliable and sustainable energy projects, and serve as an independent "public policy group" on emerging energy issues. MEI is focused on becoming an honest broker of energy information for Missouri and the Midwest through hard work and a board of Missouri’s energy experts and leaders. MEI will develop interactive and collaborative public/private sector partnerships and engage Missourians in energy education, science, technology and policy activities. MEI is not working to promote a single source of energy, nor are we working only on electricity generation. Energy issues cross many boundaries and our board members are committed to promoting a better understanding of all energy sources, their impact on Missouri businesses and citizens. We do this with the understanding that there is no silver bullet…success will take a silver buck shot approach. 

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