Tufts Energy Conference
What is the Tufts Energy Conference?
The Tufts Energy Conference is an annual event that brings together professionals, students, and experts from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to discuss critical global energy issues. The conference is organized entirely by students from a broad range of backgrounds including engineering, international affairs, urban planning, and economics. From a two-panel event in 2006, TEC has grown into one of the largest entirely student-run energy conferences in the region, attracting nearly 400 attendees each year.
This year, we seek to spur thought, conversation, and creative action around the topic of Transforming Outlooks Into Realities. The event will explore what policy, technology, and financial disruptions must occur to transform the global energy paradigm to meet national and international goals in 2030, 2050, and beyond.
What has the Tufts Energy Conference done in the past?
For more information about previous conferences, visit:
Who has presented at the Tufts Energy Conference?
TEC speakers come from diverse backgrounds. Former speakers include:
Energy & Employer Showcase
Richard Freund (Co-Director)
Marianne Ray (Co-Director)