Energy Transition - Ensuring the Right Energy Mix to Meet Global Demand

Saturday, April 2, 2022 9 am to 10 am

In today’s world of economic and geo-political tension coupled with societal climate concerns, there is a global demand signal to move energy consumption away from traditional energy sources.  This new energy era – called Energy Transition – is forcing humanity to deploy best practices in efficiency for energy generation as well as look as alternative ways to create energy in an affordable and sustainable way.  Energy Transition will require an “all sources” approach to meet global energy demand for the masses.  The time is now to develop an “Energy Basket” that has a mix of all forms of energy generation sources and techniques.

Join guest speaker C. Derek Campbell during this presentation, a part of the Institute for Energy Studies 2022 Industry Speaker Series.

C. Derek Campbell is the Executive Chairman of African Metals Group, Ltd., a strategic metals/critical mineral/rare earth elements asset acquisition corporation that supports global energy transition. He is also the Executive Chairman of AlphaSierra Group, which advises and invests across Energy, Natural Resource, and Infrastructure value-chains in the Emerging and Frontier markets – with an emphasis on Sub-Saharan Africa. Additionally, Derek is the Advisory Board Chairman of GreenMet, Inc., an asset development company that monetizes rare earth element and critical mineral projects in North America and Greenland.

Hosted by the College of Engineering & Mines Institute for Energy Studies.

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