The need for new energy sources in the U.S. and abroad is driven by a variety of factors, including global climate change, diminishing energy reserves, and concerns about energy security. Renewable energy sources are massive in scale, but currently make up a small fraction of energy generation in the U.S. In this talk, professor Matthew Lackner from the Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department will analyze one promising technology: offshore wind energy. He will discuss the motivation for offshore wind, technology trends, and major challenges.
Please RSVP to email@example.com by 8:00 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 21st if you plan to attend. We need an accurate count of attendees in order to purchase the correct amount of pizza.
This event is supported by the Parents Student Development Fund.