September 29, 2010 - As part of the Global Climate and Energy Project's 6th Annual Research Symposium at Stanford University, a broad panel of distinguished energy leaders - John Krenicki from GE Energy, Roy Johnson from Calisolar, Dick Swanson from SunPower, and Uma Chowdhry from DuPont, and led by journalist Andrew Revkin - discusses opportunities for businesses and countries to participate in the "energy innovation ecosystem" needed to sustain the future of the energy sector.
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