About this “Ask Me Anything” Session
Preparing for a more resilient future is imperative for countries as the impacts of climate change, including stronger weather events and natural disasters, and other unforeseen events threaten cities and communities across the globe. Clean power technologies and infrastructure are essential solutions for policymakers, planners, system operators and others working to build a more resilient power system.
Are you working on or considering these issues? Would you like to connect with peers and experts pioneering this important work? If so, you should participate in our “Ask Me Anything” session on clean power and resiliency.
When Will the Session Start?
This session starts on 1st June. On 1st June, you can start posting your questions about clean power and resiliency in this thread (see the reply button at the bottom right of this post) and our experts will post answers.
How Do I Participate in this Session?
Before you post a question, make sure you’ve create your account with the Clean Power Hub Community. After you create an account, you can post any questions you have about clean power and resiliency in this thread.
Who Will Answer the Questions?
We have three resiliency and clean power experts standing by to answer your questions!
- Dr. Jennifer Leisch with Two Degrees Group
- Ilya Chernyakhovskiy with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Mohit Chandra Joshi with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
What Questions Can I Ask?
We will do our best to answer any relevant questions you post about clean power and resiliency. Questions can relate to how clean power can support and strengthen power system resiliency, the resiliency of clean power technologies, or how to plan for greater resilience with clean power.
Can I Ask Questions Anonymously?
We highly encourage you to post questions with your name and organization to help build better relationships with your peers and experts, but you can post questions anonymously if your question is sensitive for any reason. You can post questions anonymously after you create your Clean Power Hub account by following these directions.
Who Should I Contact If I Have Questions?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about this session.