By expanding clean technology manufacturing and innovation, policymakers and industry leaders can better prepare the United States economy for the uncertainties that lie ahead.
On Thursday, September 3rd from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET), Senior Vice President Billy Leung, Economist Natalie Zhu, Ph.D., and Economic Analyst Brandon Stanaway will be hosting the REMI webinar, “Investing in Energy and the Environment Post-COVID,” that discusses potential methods for securing America’s future through investments in the energy sector and improving our way of life in several areas.
It is important in these trying times to stay ahead of the curve and take advantage of the opportunities embedded within this shifting global situation. Combining a willingness to expand with vigorous economic analysis can properly illustrate the new pathways and markets that may present themselves once our country has progressed past the current pandemic.
With manufacturers at a crossroads, legislators must identify ways to safely create new technology, generate new jobs through the energy sector, and transform how we view energy and the environment in this country.
This webinar presentation will highlight prospective innovations, such as carbon taxes, hybrid vehicles, alternative battery configurations, and infrastructure improvements, before examining the capacity for dynamic economic analysis to identify the costs and benefits of investments in energy technology.