Events - Kate Konschnik
Duke students, are you interested in energy but don’t know where to start? Duke University’s Power Up series will introduce you to current issues and trends in this rapidly evolving sector.
Session 1: Wed. Sept. 22, 6:00-7:30 p.m. – Intro to Policy’s Role in the Clean Energy Transition: Big fan of clean energy? Learn more about policy's role in advancing renewables. Led by Kate Konschnik and Jennifer Weiss of the Climate and Energy Program at the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions.
In this webinar, the AAAS EPI Center will convene noted experts and practitioners to discuss the scientific evidence that can inform federal, state, regional, and local efforts to mitigate methane emissions and their contributions to changing climatic conditions and to identify the most pressing issues related to potential changes in the regulation of methane emissions from the oil and gas industry. This will be an interactive event designed to share existing information, surface knowledge gaps, and discuss constraints to the implementation of evidence-informed solutions.
The Interplay between the VCEA and Federal and State Policies, including the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)
Kate Konschnick, Director, Climate and Energy Program, will participate in the panel discussion, "The Interplay between the VCEA and Federal and State Policies, including the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI)" as part of the Thirty-eighth Annual National Regulatory Conference, May 26-27, 2021. Panelists will explore the role of the VCEA in the broader framework of Virginia and Federal energy policies, including Virginia's participation in RGGI.
Kate Konschnik and Brian Murray will discuss energy and utilities as part of the "Beyond Talking Points: What’s in Store for the New Administration and Congress?" seminar series on March 5.
With the 2020 election now behind us, what can we expect next in Washington, D.C.?
Join us at the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum Symposium as we hear about hot topics in the field of environmental law and policy, including the 50th anniversary of the EPA, COVID-19 and ties to energy and transportation, and environmental justice. An open Q&A will follow at the end.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is hosting this conference to discuss carbon pricing in states within organized wholesale electricity markets. Kate Konschnik will be among the panelists in the opening session on "Legal Considerations for State-Adopted Carbon Pricing and RTO/ISO Markets."
In this virtual event organized by the Duke University Energy Initiative, get insights from Duke experts on topics like energy access, electrification and automation of transportation, diversification of energy sources and technologies, and pursuit of decarbonization policy goals.
As the school year comes to a close, the Nicholas Institute is hosting a virtual social hour for Duke students. Join Institute professionals to chat about advice for starting a career in environmental or energy policy, how to search for a job or internship, or anything else that is on your mind.
In this virtual session, Kate Konschnik, director of the Nicholas Institute's Climate and Energy Program, will describe the overlapping environmental authorities of U.S. federal agencies and how these institutions work together (or don’t) on far-reaching challenges, as well as unforeseen disasters
As states advance their climate policies with ambitious clean energy targets, wholesale market operators are grappling with questions about if and how electricity markets should evolve as a response. Several ISO/RTOs are looking to change their market rules to include carbon pricing, but there is a diversity in approaches.
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Kate Konschnik, Director of the Climate and Energy Program, will present "Left in the Dark: Power Outages in an Interconnected World" at the PrepTalks Symposium in Washington, DC on September 19, 2019.
PrepTalks are given by subject-matter experts and thought leaders to spread new ideas, spark conversation, and promote innovative leadership for the issues confronting emergency managers now and over the next 20 years.
Kate Konschnik, Director of the Nicholas Institute's Climate and Energy Program, will speak at the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Conference, to be held in Boston, September 11–14, 2019.
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Join the Great Plains Institute and the Nicholas Institute at Duke University in Lexington, Kentucky as they present "States and RTOs in Changing Times: An Expert Stakeholder Workshop for States and Stakeholders in the PJM Region" on the important issues facing states and stakeholders in PJM in 2019.
Kate Konschnik, Director of the Climate & Energy Program at the Nicholas Institute, will moderate a panel entitled "Is a Carbon Price Next? Developments Across the U.S." at the Gulf Coast Power Association Conference.
Kate Konschnik, Director of the Climate & Energy Program at the Nicholas Institute, will present "Power Outages: Grid Reliability and Emergency Management" at FEMA PrepTalks: New Perspectives for Emergency Managers.
Kate Konschnik, director of the Climate and Energy Program at Duke's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, will speak at PURPA @ 40: Renewable Energy Law and Policy in the United States, an event that explores the 40th anniversary of PURPA—one of the nation’s most important renewable energy statutes.
Join us for the workshop "States Moving Forward with Carbon Trading: the Nuts and Bolts of Linking State Programs," on Thursday, September 6, in Washington, D.C.