Clean Energy for All: Innovations and Capital to Democratize Sustainable Energy Access
Steph Speirs, Solstice
How can we put easy and affordable clean energy within the reach of every human being within our lifetime? Transitioning to a 100% clean energy future means decarbonizing our economy and replacing dirty fuels, but it also provides an opportunity to ensure clean energy is affordable and accessible to everyone. Climate change disproportionately affects the world’s most vulnerable and poorest populations, yet clean energy is not yet mainstream among these groups. Join investors and entrepreneurs in a discussion of what it takes to democratize access to clean energy and what it means to align technological development with the real needs of communities.
clean energy, climate change, climate justice, economic inclusion, energy equity, Renewable Energy, solar energy
Sara Chandler, Elemental Excelerator
Unconfirmed: Sherri Pittman, CalCEF Good fit, no contact info: Thomas Neyhart, Posigen