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The 7th annual UNC Clean Tech Summit will take place Feb. 20 – 21 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. Registration is open with early bird rates through Feb. 7.

In addition to engaging breakout sessions, keynotes and workshops, the event will feature these new topics and events:

Book Signing: Russell Gold, Wall Street Journal energy reporter and author of Superpower, One Man’s Quest to Transform American Energy will share a keynote address on Friday, February 21 from 9:10 a.m. – 9:50 a.m. followed by a book signing from 10:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Books will be available for purchase at the event.

Clean Tech Pioneer Award: The first-ever UNC Clean Tech Summit acknowledgment of an industry-leading clean tech innovator will be presented to Tom Butler, owner of Butler Farms and bioenergy and microgrid pioneer on Thursday, Feb. 20.

Conservative Champions of Clean Energy: This luncheon panel will feature Rep. John Szoka, Rep. Larry Strickland, Betsy McCorkle and Alex Miller on Friday, Feb. 21 and will discuss how the conservative leadership in NC has helped advance the cause of clean energy.

Climate Considerations for Future Prosperity and Security: This plenary panel on Thursday, February 20 from 9:50 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. will feature Lieutenant General Richard P. Mills, Nancy Watkins, Pavel Molchanov and Tom Darden.

Clean Tech Stories Blog: Take a closer look at the people behind the issues that are shaping clean tech and this year’s conference. UNC student interns share the stories of clean tech action, vision and innovation which impact communities in the U.S. and abroad. Get the behind-the-scenes stories of clean tech:

View the complete agenda for the UNC Clean Tech Summit 2020 and register today!

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