Infrastructure Planning - A Resistance v. Resilience Framework
As we begin to plan for the recovery phases of COVID-19, how will innovation play a role in the restoration of our economy and the adaptation of a zero-carbon future? In our fourth installation of the "Energy, Resilience and COVID-19" webinar series, we'll examine how social, environmental and technical resiliency frameworks can better prepare our energy systems. Hear from the following panelists, who will share their insights on the next wave of innovation:
Katrina Kelly-Pitou, Economics & Energy Systems Strategist - SmithGroup
Nicholas Muller, Associate Professor of Economics, Engineering, and Public Policy; Lester and Judith Lave Development Chair in Economics, Engineering, and Public Policy - Carnegie Mellon University
Karina Ricks, Director, Department of Mobility and Infrastructure - City of Pittsburgh
This discussion will be moderated by CMU Scott Institute for Energy Innovation Executive Director Anna. J. Siefken.
The Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at CMU launched a webinar series “Energy, Resilience, and COVID-19 – Pivoting in 2020." The series highlights insights from research, industry and innovation related to how COVID-19 is impacting the way we will do business, and what it means to the energy systems we rely upon.