Mark your calendars! The Yale Clean Energy Conference is bringing together leading experts to discuss clean energy justice, finance, technology, policy, and careers, fully in-person on November 9th and 10th.
Brought to you by the Yale Clean Energy Collaborative, this year’s conference will focus on ways we can align innovation, equity, and investment towards a just energy transition.
The Yale Clean Energy Conference is thrilled to be partnering with ClimateHaven for this year’s reception.
ClimateHaven will officially launch on November 9th, and is a non-profit innovation hub created to empower climate tech entrepreneurs in their efforts to develop innovative technologies that will enable their companies to scale and drive significant changes for our planet.
Creator of Volts, a podcast and newsletter about clean energy and the politics of it, David Roberts will be recording a LIVE episode with guest Sonia Aggarwal, CEO of Energy Innovation, at this year's conference.
The conference is open to any and all who are interested in the urgent need for an equitable clean energy transition.
- Current Yale students, faculty, and staff members are eligible for free tickets.
- Members of the FDCE Community are also offered free tickets after registering via a separate online portal.
- Discounted tickets are available for New Haven residents, students from other universities, and BIPOC individuals.
Learn more and register at the official Yale Clean Energy Conference website.
*We are committed to reducing waste at our event. Therefore, we ask that when you register, you commit to doing your best to attend.