Research in Energy Science and Engineering, and Its Sustainability Implications for Business

This conference brings experts in to discuss pathways to transition the global energy system to achieve a sustainable future for the planet and its inhabitants.

The challenges are enormous: prosperity and energy have been closely coupled. Can we transition to a global energy system that meets the demand for energy while ensuring that the emissions of GHGs meet the Paris agreement?

The conference will bring scholars across energy science and engineering, economics, energy-system analysts, experts on complex interactions of people, resources, and the environment, the science and practice of carbon capture and storage.

Event Details


October 28–29, 2022


Stanford University campus

Conference Application

The conference will be limited to 70 attendees in order to allow for in-depth discussion and exchange of ideas. You will be notified of your acceptance beginning on September 9.

Conference Organizer

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