Capitalizing on Resource Productivity & Investment Opportunities – Scott Jacobs, Generate Capital

(applause) – So you guys heard that I worked at McKinsey and you probably are expecting a bunch of slides, but I’m not going to kill you by PowerPoint, I promise. I may kill you because of my voice being difficult today, I’m suffering from a little bit of a cold so bear with me. […]

Funding Conservation in North Carolina

– This is Duke University. – Good afternoon, everybody. Thank you all for coming. It’s a pleasure to see you here on a beautiful day here in Durham. I’m sure it’s beautiful in Chapel Hill too but. (audience laughs) But in any event, thanks for coming inside for this event. We are honored today to […]

Master’s Project: Adding Pollinator Habitat to Solar Farms

(piano music) – My MP topic was on the co-location of solar and agriculture. It’s basically a guide for the solar industry moving forward to serve as how to put pollinator habitat on solar farms across the U.S. Across the United States certain states such as New York, Minnesota, and Vermont, they are developing state […]

EDGE Chats: Bryan Christiansen, Chief Operating Officer, Vivint Solar

– The trends that are going to have the biggest impact on solar in the short term, there are at least two. Number one is the political environment that we’re in. That will definitely have an impact, but that said, the thing that will have the largest impact will be consumer preference and consumer choice. […]

Duke University Energy Conference 2017 – Panel: Renewable Energy

– I hope everyone enjoyed lunch. My name is Paige Swofford, I’m a third year, dual degree student here at Duke. And one of the co-presidents of the MBA Energy Club. And I’m really excited to introduce our next panel. We have some wonderful speakers here with us. Immediately to my left is Zoe Gamble […]