The Range of the Possible: Energy Alternatives in the Market (Session 2)

Speakers:
John E. Bryson Chairman and CEO, Edison International; cofounder, Natural Resources Defense Council
Vijay Vaitheeswaran Correspondent, The Economist; Author of "POWER TO THE PEOPLE"
Presider:
Sebastian Mallaby Director of the Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies, Deputy Director of Studies, and Paul A. Volcker Senior Fellow for International Economics, Council on Foreign Relations
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The Future of Energy

Experts discuss the relationship of energy with geopolitics, modernity, and the environment, as well as sources of clean and renewable energy.

The Future of Energy

Experts discuss the relationship of energy with geopolitics, modernity, and the environment, as well as sources of clean and renewable energy.

With renewable energy sources in countries like Brazil and Bolivia, will U.S. energy policy shift toward South America?

The global energy map is being redrawn at an accelerated pace. All signs point to the United States becoming part of an increasingly hemispheric energy trade, both for oil as well as for biofuels like ethanol. The Middle East will still loom large in U.S. energy policy given its crucial role in the world oil market, but U.S. energy officials and companies are forging deeper ties with their counterparts elsewhere in the Americas.

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