April 20–22, 2021 | VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

Arctic Sustainable Energy Research Conference

Research and community needs in the context of a global energy transition

This was a free, three-day virtual conference focused on sustainable energy and energy efficiency research featuring guest speakers and panelists from Alaska and around the world. Sponsored by the US Arctic Research Commission with cosponsorship by the Cold Climate Housing Research Center, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, and the Alaska Center for Energy and Power.

Objectives

  • Provide a forum to share the latest information on sustainable energy research in remote, cold climate communities
  • Determine sustainable energy research gaps in Arctic and sub-Arctic regions
  • Investigate links between renewable energy research and climate and energy equity
  • Discuss changes in policy needed to meet climate goals and community needs

> Presentations

> Speaker Bios

> Agenda

> Day 1 Video

> Day 2 Video

> Day 3 Video

Sponsored by the US Arctic Research Commission with cosponsorship by the Cold Climate Housing Research Center,
the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, and the Alaska Center for Energy and Power.