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Energy Faire

In addition to a decades-long position as a leader in energy research, UT faculty have self-assembled in new energy-related areas of research, and education, with a goal to create a global energy ecosystem that both improves the quality of life and supports just, equitable, and sustainable energy transitions in industry, agriculture, and lived communities.

To further facilitate this growth, ORIED is planning a campus-wide Energy Faire to connect resources and researchers who work in energy-related research, education, and scholarship.

This event will include information tables hosted by the following entities, all of which have research interests within the energy ecosystem:

  • Architecture & Design
  • Baker School of Public Policy & Public Affairs
  • Bredesen Center
  • Center for Global Engagement
  • Center for Renewable Carbon
  • Center for Transportation Research
  • Center for Ultra-Wide-Area Resilient Electric Energy Transmission Networks
  • Corporate & Foundation Engagement
  • Electrochemical Energy Storage and Conversion Laboratory
  • Global Energy Ecosystem Initiative
  • Humanities Center
  • Institute for a Secure & Sustainable Environment
  • Institute of Advanced Manufacturing & Materials
  • National Institute for STEM Evaluation & Research
  • Undergraduate Research

When and where is the event?

Tuesday, May 2, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Toyota Auditorium in the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, 1640 Cumberland Ave. Knoxville Tennessee 37996.

Who should attend?

Faculty, staff, and students interested in collaborative research and innovation opportunities related to energy. Topics of interests will include experts in built environments, energy production and storage, environmental sustainability, mobility and transportation, and history and humanities. Opportunities to engage a breadth of expertise will provide connectivity to collaboration across a range of disciplines.

Benefits of Attending

Energy and the environment are two of our planet’s greatest resources – both valuable and in need of protecting. The Energy Faire will provide an opportunity to make new connections, learn about funding opportunities, and see the breadth of impact and innovation that UT scientists are making to improve life and lives.