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Dear MIT Energy Conference Attendees:
On the evening of March 5th, MIT President L. Rafael Reif issued a letter to the MIT Community: "New policies and guidelines on travel, events and visitors".
Taking precautionary measures in response to CORVID-19, all MIT events taking place before May 15th exceeding 150 participants, both on and off campus, must be cancelled effective immediately.
This regrettably includes the 2020 MIT Energy Conference. This is not an easy announcement to make and is one we truly hoped we would not have to. We have informed our ticket vendor, adMIT One, to issue refunds to all ticket holders. This process can take up to 21 days. We understand the inconvenience of this process and are doing what we can to have refunds processed smoothly. If you experience any issues regarding ticket refunds, please let us know so we can help resolve them. You can also contact email@example.com. Thank you for your patience as well as your intention to attend this event. It is your support that keeps the MIT Energy Conference going strong year after year and we are incredibly grateful for it.
The 2020 MIT Energy Conference Team
MIT Energy Conference: Decision 2020 - Creating the Landscape for Our Energy Future
Explore the energy decisions being made today that are set to deliver the greatest impact in the next five to ten years. Industry experts will come and discuss the critical determining factors behind our energy future - including policies, investments, existing infrastructure, oil and gas, transportation, and more. Come be informed, inspired, and invigorated to make meaningful decisions in 2020 and shape the world as we know it. Decision 2020: Creating the Landscape for Our Energy Future is more than a conference, it's a driving force for change.
How will the energy landscape change as policy and technology become so inherently intertwined?
Don't miss the keynote talk by Jon Moore, CEO of Bloomberg New Energy Finance.
Explore the energy decisions being made today that are set to deliver the greatest impact in the next five to ten years.
Dr. Martin Keller, Director of National Renewable Energy Lab, and Dr. Lisa Dyson, CEO of Kiverdi, will tell us more about emerging technologies that are poised for impact.
What impact will the energy decisions of the coming future have on the energy landscape?
We'll hear from Mark Brownstein, Senior VP of EDF Energy, and Melody Birmingham, Chief Procurement Office and SVP at Duke Energy.
These questions and more will be explored at the 2020 MIT Energy Conference: Decision 2020.
We warmly invite you to join the conversation!
Visit MITEnergyConference.org for more speakers, content topics, and more information!
- If registering as a student, please utilize a ".edu" e-mail address for our verification process. Students not utilizing "@.edu" e-mail addresses will be required to re-verify with us shortly after purchase.
- All Academic/NGO, MIT Faculty, and MIT Staff ticket holders must fill out organization name, profession, and title for our ticket verification process.
- Refund policy: Ticket sales are refundable through 11:59PM ET March 13, 2020, after which they are non-refundable. Due to high demand any available ticket slots go directly to our waitlist queue.
- If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding ticketing or the conference, please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate your patience, and your support as we aim to provide you with a premiere and high quality conference experience.