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Addressing the Energy of the Future
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Monday, December 16, 2019


What’s the role of government and innovation in meeting changing energy priorities? What are the critical junctures that have shaped energy development in Denmark, Iceland, Brazil and France over the past five decades?

Those are some of the questions Kathleen Araujo examines in her book “Low Carbon Energy Transitions: Turning Points in National Policy in Innovation.”

She will address the subject during a free presentation at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 17, at Ketchum’s Community Library. Her presentation is titled “National Energy Transitions: What Have We Learned about Champions, Time & Industry?”

Araujo is associate professor of Energy Systems and Policy at Boise State University and the director of the Energy Policy Institute, the policy arm for Center for Advanced Energy Studies, a consortium of public universities plus Idaho National Laboratory.

She earned her Ph.D. at MIT and completed post-doctoral research at the Harvard Kennedy School in science-technology policy and international nuclear safety.

Her book addresses decision making relating to sustainability and security. This includes cyber and drone policies in relation to nuclear plants, the wildfire-grid risk and electric vehicles.


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