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NETL Regional Workforce Initiative (NETL RWFI)
Webinar Announcement: 

RWFI Team Consortum

“Predicting Future Regional and National Energy Workforce Needs”

 Friday, April 29th, 2021 10:00 – 11:30 am ET

The NETL RWFI invites you to our Energy 101 webinar on Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 1:00–2:00 p.m. EDT, on Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS). In this webinar, we will discuss NETL’s research focus on CCUS and the potential for economic and workforce development opportunities that successful research, development and commercialization may bring. Subject matter experts from NETL will present background on NETL’s research goals and aims in both the Carbon Capture and Carbon Storage portfolios. We hope that you can join us for what promises to be a highly informative and useful energy 101 on these potentially impactful technologies.

Registration is free but limited and filling fast! Click here to register today.

Webinar Preliminary Agenda 

  • The NETL RWFI Initiative, Energy 101, Anthony Armaly, NETL RWFI Coordinator
  • Carbon Capture 101, Dan Hancu, NETL Technology Manager – Carbon Capture
  • Carbon Storage 101, Mark McKoy, NETL Technology Manager – Carbon Storage
  • Workforce and Economic Development Online Roundtable
    About the NETL Regional Workforce Initiative (NETL RWFI)- The NETL RWFI is a platform for engagement and collaboration with stakeholders who are critical for the deployment of U.S. DOE and NETL Energy and Advanced Manufacturing technological research investments and breakthroughs by catalyzing these investments into economic development and workforce/job opportunities for the region and the nation. To date, NETL RWFI has engaged with nearly 700 regional and national individual stakeholders from 377 institutions and organizations across academic, industry, governmental, and non-governmental organizations. More than 250 individuals subscribe to the NETL Regional Workforce E-Note, a monthly email-based communication that provides regional stakeholders information about upcoming grant opportunities related to energy and advanced manufacturing innovation, workforce and economic development topics, and other resources. The NETL RWFI Energy 101 Webinar series has had over 1000 registrants to webinars that vary by topic, from providing energy jobs and workforce data and resources to explaining the energy and advanced manufacturing research occurring at NETL and the potential economic benefit of that research.