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John Quigley, founding director of Harrisburg University’s Center for Environment, Energy, and Economy (E3), will be a featured speaker in a June 4 webinar that will explore how Pennsylvania might develop a roadmap for deploying carbon capture technology to fight climate change and grow Pennsylvania’s economy.

John Quigley
John Quigley

Quigley led Pennsylvania’s landmark work on carbon capture a decade ago when he served as Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. (See “Carbon Capture and Storage Reports” at this link.)

Carbon Capture: A Pathway for Meeting Pennsylvania’s Environmental and Economic Goals is being presented by Center for Climate and Energy Solutions (C2ES) in cooperation with Pennsylvania Environmental CouncilClean Air Task Force, and Wilson E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation at Carnegie Mellon University.

The free webinar will also feature a keynote talk by Lou Hrkman, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Fossil Energy, U.S. Department of Energy.

View the webinar here (Quigley’s talk is at 42:00-49:30)