Kleinman Luncheon Series: Priorities for the Next Wave of Energy Innovation

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MondayNovember 21, 201612:00 PM - 1:30 PM Kleinman | Free Event Register Here
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Kleinman Center for Energy Policy, Classroom
220 S. 34th St. Fisher Fine Arts Library, 3rd Floor
19104 Philadelphia , PA
United States
Pennsylvania US
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  • Daniel L. Sanchez
    Postdoctoral Research Scientist
    Carnegie Institution for Science

The Kleinman Center and the Mack Institute for Innovation Management are thrilled to welcome Dr. Daniel L. Sanchez, postdoctoral research scientist with the Carnegie Institution for Science, to Penn to discuss the Priorities for the Next Wave of Energy Innovation.


Energy technology innovation expands the portfolio of solutions for deep decarbonization of energy systems. In Paris, Mission Innovation and the Breakthrough Energy Coalition paved the way for an unprecedented increase in research and development budgets globally.

This talk focuses on technological and institutional priorities for energy innovation. Drawing from a range of methods, including expert elicitation, technology roadmapping, and case studies, Dr. Sanchez discusses how governments and the private sector can design effective programs and strategies to to enhance the rate of energy innovation. He focuses on two examples: Mission Innovation, and carbon dioxide removal technologies.

 

This event was webcast and recorded. Watch the presentation here:

About the speaker:

Dr. Daniel L. Sanchez is a postdoctoral research scientist with the Carnegie Institution for Science. He is interested in deployment and commercialization of novel technologies for deep decarbonization of the energy system. Daniel is currently studying innovation and research and development needs in the energy sector. His prior research focused on design, deployment, and commercialization of bioenergy with carbon capture and sequestration (BECCS) technologies. Daniel has previously held positions with the Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E), Green for All, and the California Public Utilities Commission. He holds a a Ph.D. and M.S. from the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California-Berkeley, and a B.S.E. in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.