- WEBINAR: The forces and sources of change in the global energy economy
- WEBINAR: Decarbonization: The dilemna for Canada
- WEBINAR: Balancing energy, environment and the economy
- WEBINAR: Understanding the fundamentals of fission and fusion
- WEBINAR: Just what does Net-Zero even mean?
- WEBINAR: Emerging technologies that address climate change
- WEBINAR: The pathway to sustainability
- WEBINAR: The pathway to sustainability Part 2
- Alberta’s success in reducing emissions
- Market forces will govern the pace of energy transition
- Decarbonization – The Inconvenient Truth
- Decarbonization – Reason over emotion
- Decarbonization – The impediments of passion and politics
- Decarbonization – How the world has lost its mind
- Decarbonization – How the world has lost its mind Part 2
- Decarbonization – How the world has lost its mind on energy
- Alberta is committed to emissions reduction
- The role of hydrogen in Alberta
- Alberta is high on hydrogen
- Revitalization of nuclear energy
- Revitalization of nuclear energy – Part 2
- The emergence of fusion energy
- Leadership and the options for resolving chaos
- The importance of values in defining great leaders
Episode 22 in our DECARBONIZATION series discusses the emergence of fusion for energy, its implications for decarbonization of energy, and the ramifications for transforming the world’s ever-growing appetite for energy.
The series was produced by KEI Network in partnership with Troy Media.
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Rob Norris serves as a special advisor to DEEP energy company, Canada’s premier geothermal energy company as well as a special advisor to the President of the Metis Nation of Saskatchewan, focusing on innovation. In 2007, Rob was elected to the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly, representing the constituency of Saskatoon Greystone. He was re-elected in 2011.
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Klaas Rodenburg is a Director and Communications Chair for the Fusion Energy Council of Canada (FECC) a volunteer organization focused on advocating for nuclear fusion to harness the power of the stars to provide endless clean energy on Earth. He is a co-author of the Status of Fusion Energy report commissioned by the Government of Alberta in 2014 to assess the various approaches to realizing the promise of fusion energy and associated commercial opportunities. This presentation is an update of that report.
Klaas has a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Industrial Design (1984) and a Master of Arts in Communications and Technology (MACT) (2009) both at the University of Alberta. He was the Sustainable Design Coordinator at Stantec before moving to Mammoet in 2014 as a Quality Advisor where he served as a leader of the Sustainovation Steering Committee, a Global initiative responsible for identifying and implementing innovative solutions to sustainability challenges faced by Mammoet and its sister companies. He served as the volunteer President of the Alberta Council of Technologies (ABCtech) and is a current member of the City of Edmonton’s Energy Climate Resilience Committee, he has taught sustainability courses at NAIT, Lakeland College and U of A and has presented at a variety of sustainability-focused events.
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