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Energy 101 Webinar to Highlight Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Efforts

The NETL Regional Workforce Initiative invites you to attend the upcoming NETL RWFI Energy 101 Webinar- Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) scheduled for Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. EDT.

NETL is one of the world leaders in CCUS research. This critical technology is not only a key component in mitigation of climate change, but also a potential driver of energy jobs for the nation if successfully deployed. In this webinar, NETL’s research focus on CCUS will be discussed, along with 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. The webinar will also delve into the potential economic and jobs and workforce impacts that commercialization and deployment of CCUS technology may bring in a roundtable following presentations from NETL technology managers.

NETL hopes that you can participate in this highly informative and useful Energy 101 webinar on these potentially impactful technologies.

Participation in the webinar is free but spaces are limited. Any media organizations seeking to attend and cover the webinar is asked to RSVP here and contact Shelley Martin, Communications & Public Affairs, NETL, via email at Shelley.Martin@netl.doe.gov.

Energy 101 Webinar Preliminary Agenda

  • The NETL RWFI Update, Energy 101, Anthony Armaly, NETL Regional Workforce 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 Virtual Roundtable

About the NETL RWFI Energy 101 Series:

The Energy 101 series is an effort to provide stakeholders with easy-to-use, non-technical information on NETL’s research and goals, and to increase the awareness of NETL’s capabilities, and importance in serving national and regional economic growth. In this series, we utilize NETL staff expertise to describe NETL’s portfolio of cross-cutting technologies as well as to discuss the potential economic, workforce and jobs impacts that these innovations may bring to the region and nation.

About the NETL RWFI:

The NETL RWFI is a platform for consistent, meaningful, results-driven engagement, collaboration and partnerships with key workforce, education and economic development 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 research investments into enduring economic development and workforce/job opportunities for the Appalachian region and the nation. For more information visit: www.netl.doe.gov/rwfi